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The end of summer has come, no longer are we strolling in our sandals to drink Pimms at a barbecue, it's time to strap on some boots and plough into a Sunday roast.

We’re in for a chilly few months, so it’s essential to have a pair of boots to trudge through the bad weather in. We’ve tested a wide range of footwear, giving each of them a thorough plodding.

Ranging from classic Chelsea boots to modern monkstrap variations, from Friday night glamour to the early Sunday hike – we’ve got you covered. Each boot has been carefully considered for its style, functionality and price in order to find this year’s can’t miss winter footwear.

The Wallabee is a Clarks icon. Since 1967 the unmistakable moccasin build and silhouette have gained cult status and deservedly so. The clean lines and refusal to compromise on quality of materials have made this shoe consistently comfortable and effortlessly stylish.

This edition features suede that is made fully stain and water resistant during the tanning process – meaning you don’t have to splash out at the till for that suede protector. These can be worn to the pub with some old jeans or to a job interview with a new suit.

Ted Baker’s exemplary status in British fashion is without doubt, their consistently classy yet modern and eclectic collections produce a wardrobe perfect for the gent that wants the little touches to stand out.

The Whron is complete with these little touches, this classic Chelsea boot comes with paisley elastic detail and contrast stitching. The boot is made up primarily of bovine and caprine leather, giving it a durability which makes them a tad uncomfortable to start with, but they are a solid investment.

Instantly recognisable, the Dr. Marten boot has been a staple of British fashion for decades. This brand specialises in footwear and takes great pride in the durability of their range; the only survivors of a nuclear apocalypse will be Twinkies, cockroaches and Dr. Marten boots.

The built to last nature of this pair means they take some breaking in, so you may want to google some extreme methods. But the 1460 Pascal Ripple is built on the super comfy Dr. Martens Airwair air-cushioned sole and secured using the incredibly reliable Goodyear welt.

The lifespan of this boot makes it as much an heirloom as a piece of footwear.

A jaunt in the direction of functionality takes us to the formidable Expeditor Ridge 2.0 boots. These walking boots boast shock absorbing EVA Mid-soles that provide underfoot cushioning as well as OPTI-Stud soles for a reliable, sturdy grip.

The boots also come waterproofed to keep your feet dry and breathable. With a new and more appealing design, these are perfect for bracing a winter hike.