No matter the season, deciding what your airport outfit will be proves to be quite the feat. You want to be ultra comfortable, but you also want to look presentable. Plus, you want an outfit that will make passing by airport security as easy as possible. The trick to achieving all of these things is wearing the ideal shoes. That's why we've rounded up the best winter travel shoes you can find. Think boots that are easy to slip on and off, sneakers that will mold themselves to your feet, and chunky heels that will make you strut a little more confidently on your walk to your gate. Scroll on to find a pair of travel shoes that best suits you.
Marc Fisher Ulani Ankle Boots ($190)
You can't go wrong with white boots with an easy zipper, whether you're exploring the city streets or waiting in the security line.
Sam Edelman Lior Loafers ($48)
Nothing's as reliable as a good pair of loafers.
Louise et Cie Valtina Chelsea Boots ($198)
Chelsea boots are the ultimate winter (and travel) shoes.
Treasure & Bond Elle Mules ($90)
So easy to slip on and off.
Nike Air Max Infinity Sneakers ($100)
Comfort is key when traveling, and these check off that box.
H&M Ankle Boots ($35)
Classic black boots are always a good idea.
Dr. Martens 2976 Quad FL Boots ($190)
Stomp to your gate with these stylish, chunky boots.
Vince Baxley Mules ($350)
Sophisticated and airport-appropriate.
Nike Air Force 1 Jester XX Sneakers ($110)
There's a reason these kicks are a classic.
Ganni Western Boots ($475)
The pull-on nature of these boots makes putting them on a breeze and won't make you lose any valuable time.
Steve Madden Dover Chelsea Boots ($100)
Easy and comfortable.
Puma RS 9.8 Ader Error Sneakers ($150)
Opt for a pair of kicks, but choose a fun colorway for something a bit different.
Madewell Annie Loafers ($158)
These will stand out as they pass by security.
Kaanas Barbera Lace-Up Sneakers ($139)
You just simply can't go wrong with a pair of cool trainers.
Freda Salvador The Light Loafers ($395)
Loafers that will elevate even the coziest airplane look.
Veja Esplar Low Sneakers ($120)
Emma Watson loves these sneakers, and we do, too.
Loeffler Randall Simone Flats ($325)
Just add a slim sock for a chic librarian effect.
Peche Jordyn Leather Ankle Boots ($116)
You had me at contrast stitching.
Dr. Martens Jadon Boots ($180)
A true stomping combat boot with major street cred.
Nike Classic Cortez Leather Sneaker ($70)
Somehow these sneakers that debuted in 1972 still feel fresh.
Mango Cowboy Leather Boots ($300)
Don't talk to me, I'm currently manifesting these statement cowboy boots.
Vince Luna Stretch-Knit Sock Boots ($350)
The dip at the top of the boot takes these from standard to standout.
Zara Leather Loafers ($149)
The return of the loafer is imminent, ya'll.
The Reformation New Balance X Reformation X90 Sneakers ($100)
This color combo is feeding so many happy feelings.
WANT Les Essentiels Luton Mid Work Boots ($395)
There's something appealing about these rugged-meets-fashion boots.
Travel shoes? Check. Now find the best carry-ons on the market to finish off your travel preparations.
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