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If ’90s-inspired footwear has been gaining popularity for a while now, this is the season that Doc Martens came tromping back into our lives full force. And there are plenty of combat-inspired pairs that are surprisingly versatile (not to mention practical), even if you’d rather leave your grunge phase in your middle-school yearbook. Here, ten pairs to wear with everything.

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Nordstrom

Gold Cap-Toes

Utilitarian with a side of pizzazz. 

Topshop ($90)

Saks Fifth Avenue

White

Proof that white looks good on every kind of footwear.

Via Spiga ($207)

Zappos

Contrast Trim

Good news: You don’t have to actually go for a hike to wear this mountain-inspired pair.

Sigerson Morrison ($395)

Yoox

Allover Studs

So much subtler than the chunky hardware from your Hot Topic phase.

Marc Ellis ($160)

Macy's

Rain Boots

These babies look like patent leather, but they’re actually puddle-ready PVC. Sneaky.

MICHAEL Michael Kors ($89)

Matches Fashion

Buckled

Can’t decide between moto and combat boots? We got you.

Isabel Marant ($840)

Saks Fifth Avenue

Zip-Front

The look of laces, minus the hassle of actually tying them.

Rag & Bone ($595)

Revolve

Pearl-Embellished

Military, yet ladylike. 

Joie ($398)

Nordstrom

Metallic

Nothing brightens up a dreary winter day like rose-gold booties.

Frye ($198)

Zappos

Updated Combat

Just like the Docs we remember from our youth, only a little more streamlined. (And paired with 90 percent less angst.) 

Dr. Martens ($135)

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