My Review of Autumn Leaves II High

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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



2 responses to this post.

  1. Ooooo! Sassy!


  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.


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