I have been absolutely obsessed with action films as of late, and all action heroes have a solid pair of cute military-style combat boots. Now, I’m not fighting off mummies like Rick O’Connell or trying to get off Kong Skull Island but there’s no reason I can’t get a pair of cute wide width combat boots.

Combat boots can be used in a wide variety of settings. Whether you’re taking a ghostly pub crawl with a group of girlfriends or you’re going out on your first date with that cutie from Bumble, you can pair these bad boys with a casual or more formal look.

If you’re looking for a brand new pair of women’s combat boots, then we have 10 different pairs that you absolutely need to check out!

Best wide width combat boots for women

Zanda combat boots wide width

If you’re looking for a pair of wide width combat boots that has a very My Chemical Romance vibe to them, then the Zanda fits the bill perfectly. These have a shiny leather look to them with a bold, red platform and heel.

Built in a classic martin combat boot style, they’re made of premium microfibre leather, and feature a double-layer outsole that not only looks cute but supports higher traction.

Inside, you’ll find a comfortable, fluffy lining fit with a soft-foam padded insole. And don’t worry about not being able to get into or tie up those laces, these boots have an easy-access zippered closure and the lace-up front is adjustable.

MACKIN J wide width heel boots

If goth is your standard operating style, then a pair of these MACKIN J combat boots with a chunky, tall heel is a must-add for your collection. Don’t let the slim look of the boot fool you (or do) but these are comfortable wide calf combat boots.

The high heel measures 4.4 inches with the platform at 1.4 inches, but the thickness allows you to feel comfy and stable, even up that high. And they are accented with unique, bold metallic shoelace eyelets for a premium alternative look.

Comfortview Britta combat boots wide width

I am a huge fan of the Comfortview Britta boot. It’s got the classic combat style that I love, but it’s not overly bulky. Not to mention as someone who sucks at heels, this boot’s small 1.5-inch is perfect for me.

These boots are leather-like, which means they’re comfortable and stylish but not made of actual leather (for anyone counting). They feature a leather-like upper, full side zip closure and has adjustable front laces.

Plus the padded insole will keep your feet comfy and the skid-resistant outsole will keep you from falling flat on your face. These are a must-have for any stylish lady with wide width feet!

Looking for waterproof boots? Check out these super cute rain boots!

Clarks ladies wide width boots

If you’re looking for an ankle-height wide width combat boot, then take a peek at the Orinoco Spice boot by Clarks. These boots have a slight but stable heel that gives you a little edge while still maintaining a durable look.

These boots have an Ortholite footbed with soft cushioning technology. While these boots do have wider sizes, some wearers warn that they fit a bit small and you might want to consider sizing up.

Dr. Martens blue leather combat boots

If you’re looking for an edgy wide width combat boot that will provide you sturdy footing, Dr. Martens delivers. These boots are made of 100 percent leather with a synthetic sole.

These have a classic combat boot style with a chunky lug sole. There’s a slightly 0.75-inch platform and a classic branded heel pull-tab. Best of all, this boot comes in 16 different colour choices.

Dr. Martens vegan combat boot

If you want a classic look but are looking for a vegan combat boot, then this pair of Dr. Martens might be more your style. These boots only come in the black, but it’s a real classy show.

This features all of the classic Dr. Martens features—grooved, edges, yellow stitching and a scripted heel-loop. They are made of a soft, man-made leather and have a cozy lining to keep you warm and comfy.

Need to beat the cold? Check out these super cute winter boots!

Circus by Sam Edelman goth combat boots

The Circus by Sam Edelman boots have a classic combat style that features a synthetic sole and a classic lace-up look. The inside zip makes wearing these gothic combat boots easy.

They have gore detailing that offers a fashionable update to the classic boot style. And while there are no official wide sizes, those with wider feet feel comfortable in them.

TOP Moda combat boots with buckles

If you’re looking for a pair of military combat boots, a pair of these TOP Moda shoes could fit perfectly. They’re made of 100 percent synthetic material with a lace-up closure.

You can get a pair of these buckle combat boots in 13 different colours. They have an aesthetic zipper and front lace-up. These are not technically wide width boots but some wearers say that it works.

VEPOSE minimalist combat boots

If your style features a prominent minimalistic, rustic style, then I’d recommend taking a peek at a pair of the VEPOSE boots. They have a slight heel and the shaft ends at your mid-calf, with a soft latex padded insole to keep you more comfortable.

These ladies combat boots are well-suited to pair with classic jeans or a pair of leggings. They feature waterproof uppers and the soles are built to help prevent slipping. These boots are not technically wide width but wearers say they work for wider feet.

Warm weather is coming up fast, check out these super cute wide width flats for the summer months!

Katliu military combat boots

The Katliu military combat boots feature a quilted side that elevates their minimalistic style. These classic ankle boots have a lace-up front with metal eyelets that are perfect for cooler weather.

These boots are built with non-slip rubber soles to help deliver traction, safety and durability. And you can adjust the shoelaces to suit different foot shapes but you can slip them on and off with the zipper function.

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Looking for a fashionable pair of wide width combat boots for bigger feet? Check these 10 super cute styles out!

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