Fall is setting in, which means the warm weather is over (at least where I live). But just because we can’t spend our afternoons tanning at the beach, doesn’t mean all is lost. In fact, it’s boot weather!
I LOVE a good pair of wide width tall boots. Not only do they look incredibly stylish—especially with a pair of skinny-legged pants—but they also help to keep the cold off.
But if you have wide calves and wide feet like I do, then you know how hard it is to find a good pair of boots. Luckily, I’ve dug through some of my favourite sources (*ahem* Amazon *ahem*) and came up with ten awesome choices!
- Editor’s Pick: LifeStride Faunia
- Heeled Wide Width Boots
- Flat Wide Width Boots
- Wide Width Tall Boots FAQ
Editor’s Pick: LifeStride Faunia
When I’m looking for a pair of wide width tall boots that can fit both my feet and calves in them, I like to go simple. That’s why LifeStride Faunia is my top pick this year. Simple, but elegant, these bad boys will keep you comfortable and stylish all autumn long.
These have a short heel—nothing to write home about—with a simple, unimposing shaft. They come in black or brown, and have three simple buckles up the back. They’ve got extended sizes and wide widths, making them perfect for us ladies with curvier legs and feet.
Heeled Wide Width Boots
Naturalizer Kamora High Shaft Knee Boot
For stylish ladies looking for a taller, the Naturalizer Kamora High Shaft Knee Boot is perfect for you. Not only do they have a smooth, elegant shaft but they also have a 3.25-inch heel on them.
The Kamora boots come in eight different colours, including the chocolate we have pictured. They’re built with flexible soles and breathable linings, helping to keep you comfortable all day long. Wearers say that they’re comfortable and look super cute.
LifeStride Xandywc Wide Calf Riding Boot
Riding boots are perfect for fall because they’re both warm and comfortable. The LifeStride Xandywc Wide Calf Riding Boot is perfect for full-figured fashionistas. And made from 100% faux leather, they’re perfect for someone looking for that leather look and feel but not the real thing.
These boots have a flexible sole and comfort technology. They also have an extended calf. They come in four different colours, including the dark grey we have pictured. They’ve got a small heel that’s approximately 1.25 inches high.
Naturalizer Jessie Wide Calf Knee High Boot
The Naturalizer Jessie Wide Calf Knee High Boot is stylish and has a tad bit more structure that will help make sure they stay in shape all season. With a short heel, they’ll give you the look of height but you won’t be tipping around.
These boots are made of leather with a synthetic sole. The shaft measures 15.5-inches from the arch with a 0.25-inch platform. They’ve got breathable lining, a flexible sole and extra cushioning.
Sam Edelman Penny Equestrian Boot
The Sam Edelman Penny Equestrian Boot is also a simple boot with a slight heel that’s perfect for the cooler season. The heel is a short 1-inch height with a 0.25-inch platform and a 15.5-inch shaft height.
These boots are inspired by a riding boot. They have an asymmetrical shaft and a single-ear pull. These 100% leather boots have are highly rated because they’re comfortable and cute, but wearers do warn that you should measure your calf before purchasing.
Dr. Scholl’s Brilliance Wide Calf Riding Boot
Dr. Scholl makes their shoes with comfort in mind, which is why their Brilliance Wide Calf Riding Boot is a great choice for those with wide feet. They’ve got two-inch heels with an 18-inch top opening for your leg.
These boots are built with memory foam inside to help keep your feet cool. They’ve got a full-zip back to help you get them on. These boots come in two different colours, perfect for whatever look you’re going for!
Sam Edelman Women’s Prina Tall Boots
The final pick for our heeled tall boot is the Sam Edelman Prina. It’s a gorgeous, accented design made with leather and a synthetic sole. It’s an elegant and glamorous choice.
These boots have a zip closure that can help with easy wearability. They’ve got a 1.25-inch heel that’s not too high and the shaft is approximately knee-high. Wearers say that they love these boots and are built with great quality.
Flat Wide Width Boots
Clarks Cheyn Lindie Wide Calf Knee High Boot
I personally prefer a flat boot and the Clarks Cheyn Lindie boot is a great choice. These leather boots have a rubber sole and land at approximately your knee, which would look exceptional with a pair of skinny jeans.
These boots have a comfortable Ortholite foot bed with cushion-soft padding. Not only that, but they have a durable rubber outsole and an inside zipper closure so they’re easy to get on but don’t necessarily look the part.
Aukusor Wide Width Mid Calf Boots
If you’re looking for a wide width tall boot with a little bit of slouch in them, then the Aukusor Mid-Calf Boots are perfect for you. They come in black and grey, and will look perfect with a pair of jeans, a skirt or even a stylish dress.
You’ll want to make sure that you measure your calf so you can get the perfect fit, but these boots are well-made of vegan material. They’ve got padded high-density memory foam that can help slow foot fatigue.
Clarks Cheyn Lindie Knee High Boot
Last, but certainly not least, we’ve got the Clarks Cheyn Lindie Knee High Boot. They come in a dark brown and black, perfect for pretty much any outfit. You’ll be comfortable and stylish in a pair of these bad boys.
They technically have a slight heel, but they’ve got a platform as well so really, it doesn’t count. The shaft is just about 14-inches tall. They’ve got an ortholite footbed, cushion-soft padding and a rubber outsole.
Wide Width Tall Boots FAQ
What are the best boots for wide feet?
There are a ton of great boot choices for wide feet. The best ones depend on your personal preferences, but I personally like LifeStride and Naturalizer—though the boots on this list are loved by many.
How wide are extra wide calf boots?
Extra wide calf boots vary so it’s best to check individual company’s size guides before purchasing. That said, they’re usually 17 1/2″ or wider.
What size is considered a wide calf?
Typically, if a calf is more than 16-inches around it is considered wide. That said, some boot companies go as low as 14 or 15 inches.
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