These $35 Boots Have Over 1000 Positive Amazon Reviews

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If you caught our fall trend report, you know that the Western trend is definitely back in a big way this season. Chloé, Louis Vuitton, and Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini all showed different variations of the look on the F/W 18 runways, and we couldn't help but take notice. That said, you don't have to spend a pretty penny on designer versions to invest in the trend.

As Footwear News pointed out, there is a pair of super affordable cowboy boots on Amazon with over 1000 glowing reviews. Ringing in at just $35, the boots are by far the most approachable way to test-drive the Western look for yourself—yes, even for commitment-phobes. Oh, and a selection of 10 different colors never hurts either. Scroll down to shop the shoes in question as well as other cool cowboy boot options and ways to style them. 

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