Travel Essentials: 8 Classic Riding Boots

From classic to two-tone, our top picks of the best riding boots this season.


Always on trend, knee-high riding boots make for one of the best cold weather travel musts.

1. Michael Kors stockard two-tone leather riding boot $325,
Black or brown – can’t decide? Opt for the trendy two-tone boot to get the best from both colours – and an option that will look great with denim.

2. Burberry leather riding boots $950,
Our dream boots. If we’re going to spend close to $1,000, we want quality and class. These Burberry boots will stand the test of time, will never go out of style and will virtually go with everything.

3. Stuart Weitzman reverse stretch suede boots $643,
Stretchy boots equals the ultimate in comfort while travelling, so even those these are on the high end of the budget, they’ll be worth every penny for how much use you will get out them.

4. Madewell archive boot in distressed leather $348,
When the leather is this soft and the name of the colour is “apple butter”, how could you resist these boots perfect for fall.

5. Tory Burch Christy riding boots $532,
The classic riding boot have never looked better – opt for simple, easy slip-on styled boots like these that will be not only super comfortable for walking but also work with every wardrobe.

6. J. Crew field boots in kindling $382,
Make these your new neutral boot for anything casual. Pair these slip-ons with any wash of denim, corduroy or black skinnies and even leggings. An added bonus? These beauties also come with an extended calf size.

7. Sirotek riding boots $200,
We love the mixture of leather and suede on these boots, (the best of both worlds!) especially combined with the buckle and metal details.

8. Zara high-cut leather riding boot $199,
Stack up your heel on a riding boot for a look that can easily go from strolling the streets at day, and paired with a dress at night.