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When its Raining Cats and Dogs.....

Posted at Jun 27, 2011

Monday, June 27, 2011

Western Chief Rain Boots Review & Giveaway

 





Spring might be over, and that doesn't mean there won't still  be rainy days. Its seems like at least once a week we have had a thunder storm with torrential downpours. While I love wearing my flip flops in the summer, they aren't the best choice when you have to run through puddles and flood waters here at the Jersey shore.  So its important  that I has a good pair of rain boots all year long.    There are a lot of things I look for when I'm buying rain boots. They need to be comfortable, durable, and of course adorable. With Western Chief, you can find shoes and boots that can stand up to rain storms or blizzards but will still have you looking like a million bucks.





For our review, I was sent these adorable Gumdrops rain boots in brown.   They are sturdy and waterproof so you can wear them in all kinds of weather. Worn with a pair of socks, they will  keep  toes cozy and warm in the winter months. But they are also great for rainy summer days if you still have to go out and run errands.  They have a removable insoles and a moisture absorbing cotton lining so you know you'll stay dry.  They are the perfect combination of  high fashion and functionality. They have so many adorable styles at such a great prices, its easy to get one to go with every outfit.










Western Chief has dozens of high endurance styles that are perfect for all the seasons. They have boots available for children, women and men.   They also have some adorable children's umbrellas and raincoats that match the rain boots.  These are high endurance, fashionable boots that are made by a company that has been bringing you  style and durability for over 100 years. And their prices are more than reasonable. The children's boots are around $30 each and the women's are about $60.  When it comes to fashionable boots for rain, sleet for snow, Western Chief is the  way to go.  






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