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Buy Boots for Men and Women Online for Less

Heartland America makes it easy to buy brand-name boots at discounted prices. Our online product showroom offers a wide selection of water-resistant boots for winter and spring, cowboy boots, and sturdy hiking boots. We also make it easy for you to buy work boots that are comfortable enough to wear all day and still stand up to whatever you can dish out. Whether you order online or from our catalog, you'll get the best price on high-quality footwear, and your satisfaction is guaranteed!

Frequently Asked Questions About Men’s and Women’s Boots

What Boots Are Made in the USA?

Many companies make high-quality shoes and boots in the USA, including:

  • Alden
  • Chinook
  • Chippewa
  • Danner
  • Itasca
  • Nicks Boots
  • Red Wing
  • Role Club
  • Thorogood
  • Truman Boot Co.
  • Wolverine

Are Wolverine Shoes Made in the USA?

Yes: Wolverine shoes and boots are made in Michigan and in other factories across the United States.

Are Merrell Shoes Made in America?

Merrell boots are made in factories in the USA with premium materials.

Which Boot Brand Is Best?

The best brand of boots will be different for each person, depending on what type of boot you're looking for and which style suits your taste. For instance, Totes makes great water-resistant boots for rainy days, but if you want rugged work boots, a pair of Chinooks might be more your taste.

What Is the Best Brand of Women's Cowboy Boots?

Some of the best women's cowboy boots come from:

  • Ariat
  • Durango
  • Ferrini
  • Frye
  • Laredo
  • Lucchese
  • Ganni
  • Durango
  • Old Gringo

When you buy women's boots online, you can find some of the best brands in our catalog.

What Is the Difference Between Men's and Women's Boots?

Women's boots are narrower, especially in the heel, and they typically feature a taller arch than men's boots.

What Are the Best Cold-Weather Work Boots?

The best boots for any particular person will vary, but you should look for boots that are waterproof and well-insulated to protect your feet from snow, sleet, and bitter cold.

Are Cowboy Boots Good for Winter?

While they are water-resistant, cowboy boots are not waterproof and therefore aren't good for snow and ice. Also, because they are usually made with untreated leather, snow and excessive moisture can cause the boots to crack and dry out.

Are Galoshes the Same as Rain Boots?

Not exactly. A rain boot is a waterproof boot designed to protect the wearer from rain; galoshes are usually thinner rubber boots that are worn over your regular shoes.

When Should I Buy Rain Boots?

You can buy rain boots anytime, but you'll get the most use out of them during the rainy season. In most places, this is the spring and early summer, though in warmer states, you might also use rain boots in winter.

How Much Do Leather Boots Stretch?

When you buy boots made of leather, you'll find that they stretch up to a quarter-size over time. If the fit is loose when you first try them on, they'll be way too loose once they're broken in.

Can You Use a Boot-Stretcher to Make Boots Bigger?

If your boots are made of leather and you need a little more space inside them, yes, you can use a boot-stretcher on them.

Do Boot-Stretchers Really Work?

Boot-stretchers do work, but keep in mind that shoes can only stretch so far. You can use boot-stretchers to make your leather boots a half-size to a full size bigger or just to relieve pressure on a particular problem area, like if you have bunions or corns. If your boots are more than one size too small, boot-stretchers probably won't help.

What Is the Best Boot Stretcher?

When you buy men's boots online from Heartland America, you'll find some of the best boot-stretchers on the market in our inventory, too.

How Do You Use a Boot-Stretcher?

Using a boot-stretcher is simple:

  • Start by preparing your boot by spraying it inside and out with a shoe-stretching spray, focusing on the tightest spots.
  • Insert spot-stretching plugs at any pressure points where you need extra space.
  • Place the stretcher inside the shoe.
  • Rotate the handle clockwise until the stretcher is snug against the shoe, and then turn it two or three more times. You should see the boot stretching.
  • Leave the stretcher in for at least six hours, and then check the fit. If the shoe needs more stretching, put the boot stretcher back in and try it again.
  • When you're satisfied with the fit, remove the stretcher.