These Boots Are Made for Biking -- BOGS Review
BOGS Boots, Classic High Handles
These boots are built for three seasons. Waterproof, comfortable, supportive and warm, they can replace both rain boots and winter boots. Slush, rain, snow and cold are no match for these cozy BOGS. Not only are the boots warm and comfortable, they make quite a splash. One afternoon while wearing my bright red BOGS, I was stopped by FIVE different people -- male and female, young and older-- who all loved my boots and wanted to know were I got them.
Handles make the books quick and easy to pull on which is great when kids are getting themselves dressed. Boots with liners can take longer to put on and kids can get frustrated in the process. The anti-microbial liner really works. These boots are odour free. The natural rubber soles provide fantastic grip on pedals and ice, so you can count on being sure-footed.
Because the sole is made of natural rubber which retains its grip even when temperatures drop, it is softer than synthetic rubber soles. The sole on my first pair of BOGS wore more quickly than I imagined it would, but the manufacturer was quick to send a new pair as BOGS are covered by a 100% satisfaction guarentee.
BOGS are great for the whole family. I've found that ordinary rubber boots are too cold for slushy spring puddles, too chilly for biking and can also be slippery on ice, so BOGS are a great alternative. When riding in the winter, a more fancy leather boot would be damaged by sand and salt, so again BOGS are a great alternative. With a wide selection of styles to choose from including spider webs, classic black and flowers, there's something for everyone.
I am not used to being stopped in the street multiple times a day because my boots are so beautiful! My BOGS are so comfortable that they've replaced my shoes, rain boots and winter boots as my first choice for outerware. I feel comfortable wearing them to business meetings and picking my kids up from a muddy schoolyard in them. I think these BOGS would be a great addition to your winter biking wardrobe.
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