Boot deals for the well-heeled

Winter still has a ways to go, but with retailers already gearing up for spring now is the perfect time to hop on sturdy shoe deals. Check out these boot deals for men and women.

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Keep your feet warm and dry during your commute--there are deals to be had on all types of shoes this week.

Whether you like to lace 'em up, zip 'em up, or pull 'em on, for some of us there's just something magical about stepping into a pair of boots. Today we're celebrating this singular footwear with the week's best boot deals. Save $64 on a pair of Born boots, get an extra 20% off Ralph Lauren boots, and score some Lands' End hiker boots at $99 off.

  1. Franco Sarto Women's Dover Boots
    Store: Nordstrom
    Price: $59.90 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $25

    Is It Worth It?: Sexy and flattering, the Franco Sarto Dover boots in Black or Moka are the quintessential knee-high boots. A $25 price low at $60, these boots feature a 3.25" heel, a 14" boot shaft, zippered closure, and subtle stretch. They're available in most sizes from 5.5 to 11, although not in all size/color combinations.

    If you're looking for more designer footwear, Nordstrom takes up to 75% off a selection of women's boots. Prices start at around $27 and everything qualifies for free shipping, making this one of the best sales we've seen on women's boots at Nordstrom this season. Note that sizes may be limited.

  2. Born Women's Danila Boots
    Store: 6pm
    Price: $74.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $64

    Is It Worth It?: With their rugged zipper accents, padded footbed, and shearling lining, the Born Danila boots in Tan are as stylish as they are comfy. An Editors' Choice pick, these leather boots are a staggering $64 price low. They come in sizes 8.5 to 11.

  3. Lauren by Ralph Lauren Women's Quinta Leather Boots
    Store: Ralph Lauren
    Price: $52.79 via coupon code "MELT20" with $5 s&h
    Lowest By: $13
    Expires: February 3

    Is It Worth It?: While we all hope that this winter will be exiting soon, you're going to need a great pair of cold-weather boots for seasons to come. Opt for the Lauren by Ralph Lauren Quinta boots in Tan/Briarwood or Black and you'll never have to deal with cold toes again. Featuring a shearling lining, these all-weather boots also sport a sturdy rubber sole. Best of all, coupon code "MELT20" knocks them down to $53, saving you $96 off the list price. They're available in select sizes from 5.5 to 9.

    Ralph Lauren offers more women's boots, taking an extra 20% off each pair via coupon code "MELT20". After the discount, prices start at $35.99, dropping each pair to at least $93 (and as much as $755) off list. Shipping adds $5 (choose "Economy" during checkout), but orders over $195 receive free shipping. Coupon expires February 3.

  4. Lands' End Men's Ultimate Hiker Boots
    Store: Lands' End
    Price: $39.99 with $8 s&h
    Lowest By: $99

    Is It Worth It?: For guys who need to have the hottest boots on the trail and in streets, may we present the Lands' End Ultimate Hiker boots in Black or Earthen Brown. Knocked down to $40, you'll save $99 on these Editors' Choice hiking boots. Contrasting laces offer street-chic style, while these boots' breathable leather construction and padded collars will keep you comfy wherever you're walking. These boots come in sizes 9.5 to 13, although not in all size/color combinations.

  5. Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren Men's Keene Nubuck Boots
    Store: Ralph Lauren
    Price: $38.39 via coupon code "MELT20" with $5 s&h
    Lowest By: $106
    Expires: February 3

    Is It Worth It?: If you crave a no-nonsense boot that looks pre-broken in, you can't go wrong with the Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply Keene Nubuck boots in Black. Coupon code "MELT20" drops these boots to the Editors' Choice price of $38, which is a $106 price low. They come in select sizes from 10.5 to 13.

Marcy Bonebright is a features writer for DealNews where this article originally appeared:

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