How to Wear the Hiking-Boot Trend in Style Like Bella Hadid, Kylie Jenner, and More

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Hadid has been no stranger to demonstrating how to make the outdoorsy boot city ready, confirming that the hiker can (and should) be your ultimate throw-on-and-go boot of the season for effortlessly cool, grounded winter style.

Whether for city expeditions or mountain getaways, the lace-up boot has been on the rise among stylish celebrities since 2017—with early adopters including Zoë Kravitz, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Emily Ratajkowski.

Perhaps Jenner felt inspired to bring her epic mountain style off the slopes and back home to Calabasas, proving that you don’t need to be in snowy weather or rocky conditions in order to break out a pair.

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More recently Kylie Jenner posed for a mirror selfie balancing a pair of durable calf-grazing hiking boots with minimal knitwear and a plethora of Chanel accessories.

And while Southern California doesn’t see much snow this time of year, for the rest of us these heavy-duty lace-ups are a sleek alternative to an otherwise bulky snow boot without sacrificing the rubber lug soles and cozy linings.

So, whether you’re prepping for a ski trip or mountain weekend or are just in the market for a new winter boot, there’s a pair of lace-ups at every price.

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And while we can’t guarantee these fashion-forward boots will be the most practical choice when it comes to actually scaling a mountain or trekking through trails, they do add just the right amount of stylish grit when worn anywhere else.

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