My Review of Autumn Leaves II High

Originally submitted at Onlineshoes.com

Dont let rain or cold stop you with the Bogs Autumn Leaves II High classic rain boot. This warm, waterproof pull-on boot features a rubber and four-way stretch Neoprene upper designed to protect against cold and wetness even in sub-zero temperatures. Handles aid in the on/off process, and Aegis ant…

Great for Dress or Farm

By Knit with Snot from Kalamazoo, MI on 1/8/2010

 

5out of 5

Sizing: Feels true to size

Width: Feels true to width

Pros: Warm, Durable, Comfortable, Stylish, Stable

Best Uses: Casual Wear, Cold Weather, Wet Weather, Work

Describe Yourself: Trendy, Fun, Comfort-oriented, Functional, Stylish

I needed a pair of boots for the unpredictable mess that is a Michigan Winter, but I still wanted cute waterproof boots. These fit the bill perfectly.

I can slosh through parking lots, and meet up with friends, or shovel the drive all in the same sassy boots and still have warm dry toes!

I also help out at an Alpaca Farm and I wear these boot there too. I have the fanciest muck boots at the Wonder Why Alpaca Farm and the warmest feet!

These are rubber boots so they do feel a bit loose, but it makes it like wearing slippers.

*pull up handles for easy on
*upper portion stretches for larger legs or over thicker pants
*upper portion also insulated
*good tread
*great design-matches everything
*breathable foot-can wear all day,even indoors
*NOT A BORING BOOT

(legalese)

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Ooooo! Sassy!

    Reply

  2. Hester in Atlanta had a really nice question about the Zombie Prom Date Knitters and their activity in the Ravelry Winter Olympics.That is all.

    Reply

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