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Within the course of just a year, shoe shopping in New York City went from kind of dismal to largely amazing. Shopping for fall boots, however, still remains a tricky conundrum: If you're going to go through the trouble of bringing along thick, heavy sock, you want to be greeted with plenty of options.
After the jump, we've mapped out seventeen stores that make New York City boot shopping a cinch, from the major department stores (Saks and Macy's) to the well-edited boutiques (Shoe Market and Coclico) to the very aspirational (Nicholas Kirkwood, Barneys, and Bergdorf Goodman.) And since any boot guide wouldn't be complete without the two big Fs—Fiorentini + Baker and Frye—we've included those, too.Read More