Biker boots- help me decide

(20 Posts)
zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 10:09:15

So I need some comfortable boots for the winter to go with skinnys and leather jacket and skinnys and big Mum coat.

I'm thinking a short biker boot? Could I have opinions on these please?

http://www.clarks.co.uk/p/26121591

http://www.clarks.co.uk/p/26121554

http://m.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_58958+6240200979_-1

Or is there something better out there? All have 20% off at the minute so I need to get it sorted... plus my feet are cold- this is no longer converse weather!

margaritasbythesea Thu 10-Nov-16 10:12:50

I like the miss it ones the best. I don't like the others but the they have a slightly beat up style which I don't like in general. Others do.

zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 10:21:46

Thanks! Yes I know what you mean re the beat up look. That's not necessarily what I want. I look shabby enough without any help!!

augustusglupe Thu 10-Nov-16 10:36:16

Agree, I like the Miss KG ones too. I've got a pair of ugg biker boots and have worn them to death. Ugg are making some really nice boots now, way different to their original style. I know they're more expensive but well worth it OP. That sounds like a sales pitch but isn't!! grin

zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 10:45:57

Whichever ones do you have? I was considering these
www.mandmdirect.com/01/details/XG2265?lid=GUP&lid=&utm_medium=cpc&network=google&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=Dynamic+Remarketing&mkwid=c_dm&pcrid=155080813146&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=CO7e0_WAntACFQML0wodV5YNrw
But dismissed them as I thought they looked a bit fussy. I am more minimalist/simple (in theory hmm).

BusterGonad Thu 10-Nov-16 10:51:29

I like the Ugg ones, I feel like the others look a bit too manly, but I'm quite feminine so I'm guessing we have different styles anyway.

burnishedsilver Thu 10-Nov-16 10:58:22

I like the look of the Ms Kg pair but they are way too expensive for totally synthetic shoes. I don't think the quality is good and I think your feet would sweat in them.

BusterGonad Thu 10-Nov-16 10:59:24

Actually the Miss KG are nice too.

zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 11:01:04

Yes I just realised that the miss KG ones aren't leather. That is too expensive for non-leather. That's the style I like best I think. In which case I don't suppose anyone's seen something like the miss KG but in leather?

zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 11:01:32

Thanks for the help by the way! I'm dreadful at making decisions!

zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 11:12:40

Typically hush have this beautiful pair but they are double what I want to pay!!

www.hush-uk.com/m/footwear_2/footwear/boots/shearling_dream_boots_black.htm

RebelandaStunner Thu 10-Nov-16 11:35:07

I'm getting the Superdry hubris after seeing them on here.

thingsthatgoflumpinthenight Thu 10-Nov-16 11:46:22

I would step away from the Clarks website OP - the quality of their boots is shockingly bad. I have had two pairs crack right across the soles within a couple of months, and DH had the same thing happen with a pair of shoes. There was a thread recently about it on here where loads of people had the same experience.

How about these?. Or if you don't like fur-lined there are other nice ones on that site...

zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 12:10:45

Those office ones are perfect! I'm ordering a pair now! Thank you! I'd compketely forgotten about office!

thingsthatgoflumpinthenight Thu 10-Nov-16 12:18:35

Aw that's fab! I'm wondering if I should order some myself now, just as a back up pair... grin

zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 12:36:40

They look lovely. There's an extra 20% off with the code extra. Brings them down to £62!!!

zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 12:37:36

They have same ones in non-fur lined too!! I have ordered both. Then going to collect in store and return the ones I don't like.

thingsthatgoflumpinthenight Thu 10-Nov-16 13:02:04

Ooh £62 for leather biker boots is a bargain I can't pass up grin

zippyswife Thu 10-Nov-16 13:46:16

Actually... make that £59!

rightknockered Thu 10-Nov-16 14:26:49

Those Miss KG boots are gorgeous

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