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Cute Hiking Boots for Fall That You'll Actually Want to Show Off

Free People Fallon Hiker Boot

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METALLIC. WEDGED. HIKING. BOOTS. We can barely keep it together. These babies come with two different laces—solid and patterned—so you can switch 'em up if you need a bit more subtlety. ($298;

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Woolrich Women's Rockies Boots

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Water- and stain-resistant, this fashion-forward hiker is lined with Woolrich wool. They'll keep your toes extra toasty for an outdoor dinner party or a girls' camping trip. ($200;

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Helly Hansen W A.S.T 2

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The lightness and comfort of a sneaker combined with the warmth and protection of a boot: This waterproof wheat-colored hiker is built to be able to take on snow and ice, making rugged look cute AF. ($150;

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Merrell Eagle Air Cushioned Suede Hiking Boots

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These adorable hiking boots have *major* personality. Not only are they a throwback to one of our fave decades (the '90s, duh), but the sleek suede gives them a stylish yet sporty look. ($50;

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Bogs Footwear Skyler Lace Boot

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Step away from the all-black boot! Trust us, you can totally rock the new trending eggplant color (and yellow laces to boot—no pun intended). Plus, the DuraFresh footbed keeps odors at bay, so you don't need to worry about the fleecy faux-fur lining getting smelly, even after you've been walking all day long. ($100;

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Sorel Women's PDX Wedge

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It's time to retire your wellies. This waterproof wedge won't get ruined in those river trenches we call streets after it storms. ($200;

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Vasque Women's Sundowner GTX

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These cute hiking boots make us want to literally go out into the woods—or our backyards—and reenact the movie Wild. Throw them on under a long sweater dress or a pair of distressed overalls and you are weekend-ready. ($220;

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Forsake Patch

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With Peak-to-Pavement traction, these waterproof leather boots seamlessly transition from country to city, ensuring you're prepared for your next adventure. Wear them with a pair of leggings, and you're good to go! ($150;

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Jeffrey Campbell + Free People Top Peak Hiker Boot

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These are giving us all the heart-eyed emojis. Millennial rose pink silky hiking boots that are more like luxe platform slippers. Score. ($138;

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Timberland Women's 6-inch Premium Embroidered Waterpoof Boots

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Your classic Timbs with a moody but feminine touch, these embroidered floral boots have an outsole made with 15 percent recycled rubber, so they look and feel great stomping around the city. ($250;

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See by Chloe Klaudia Platform Shearling Booties

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These moccasins are what dreams are made of. You may not be able to trek a mountain in these suede and shearling hiker booties, but you can certainly hike from home to the nearest corner store for some late-night ice cream. ($395;

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Women's Danner Light

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It's like stealing from your boyfriend's closet, but these cute hiking boots are cut for a woman. No matter how long a commute (hey, city dwellers), these boots have added breathability, thanks to the updated Dri-Lex lining. ($360;

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Teva Arrowood Mid WP

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Hit the trails in this street-savvy high-top hiker. These soft olive suede and canvas booties will cushion your feet so you can go the extra mile—or five. ($140;

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Vionic Cypress Trail Walker

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These are not your Granny's tennies—promise! But with EVA orthotic inserts, these hiker-style shoes give your feet plenty of tender loving care. ($150,

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