Wednesday, January 26, 2011


Just a quick tip for all the rest of you stuck in this disgusting Northeast winter. Hunter boots seem to be the current winter footwear of choice, but I didn't particularly want to spend upwards of $100 for rubber boots (especially considering that I've never even spent that much on any of my leather boots). So I looked around the internet and bought these a couple weeks ago:

Dafna Winner rubber riding boots.
Yup, like for riding horses.

Rubber riding boots. They're great quality, look almost like leather, are totally waterproof, and – miracle of miracles – are narrow enough to not look ridiculous on my super-skinny calves. They are a little too tall for me, but at least that ensures that snow doesn't find its way in. More chic than Hunters and $25 here!

1 comment:

  1. When shopping for women's winter boots, look for arch support or purchase arch support inserts to wear with boots. Make sure to buy the right sized boot, so feet will fit comfortably with inserts.