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Your Next Footwear Upgrade Should Be The Chelsea Boot

The ever-stylish staple is back.
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There's no closet standby quite like a great Chelsea boot in the spring. The slip-on boot is easy to wear, easy to style, and easy to stock up on. And though the style has been popular for a while, this season there are cool constructions and materials to help a new pair feel fresh. Here are 10 of our favorites.

1| Aldo Vianello-R 

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If Chelseas are new territory for you, a sand-colored pair is a great starter option. 

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2| Dr. Martens 2976 Chelsea Boot 

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Doc Martens doesn't just make bulky lace-ups; these black Chelsea boots are unexpectedly sleek.

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3| Clarks Clarkdale Chelsea Boot 

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If you're stocked on desert boots, the Clarks take on the Chelsea boot is just as wearable.

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4| J.Crew Kenton Suede Chelsea Boots 

This rugged boot looks cool with every spring outfit—especially on the days where it's still too cool for your liking. 

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5| Common Projects Suede Chelsea Boot 

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Gray is an easy color option for pretty much every spring look.

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6| Red Wing Heritage 8201 Heritage Chelsea Rancher Boot 

Red Wing boots are rooted in function, so these will hold up in unfriendly weather.

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7| R.M. Williams Comfort Craftsman Chelsea Boot 

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If you need a dressed-up option, R.M. Williams's take is the way to go.

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8| Vince Sawyer Chelsea Boot 

The crepe rubber soles make them great for everyday wear. 

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9| Grenson Courtesy Heath Nubuck Chelsea Boots 

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This bright brown color looks especially cool contrasted with spring colors. 

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10| Saint Laurent Polished Leather Chelsea 

The full-grain leather and slightly pointed toes are easy to dress up with a suit.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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