The popularity of duck boots was something that was hidden from the public for so many years. When there was just 1-2 manufacturers, they’d make a finite amount each year and sell out quickly and then anyone who didn’t get them got stuck waiting for the next year’s batch. It was almost as if people were afraid to share the news of how amazing duckboots are because then it would be even harder to track them down. Well, those days are gone and the future is now.
The All-Weather Duckboots in Brown/Black ($188) are CLUTCH this time of year. In fact, they’re a necessary pair of boots to have all year long. What I love the most about these is how they’re 100% waterproof but they’re also comfortable and look stylish when you tuck your jeans over the top. Unless you live in a state that doesn’t really have seasons then you need a pair of these to make it through Winter and Spring.
Let’s check out these All-Weather Duckboots in Brown/Black ($188):
Full features of the All-Weather Duckboots in Brown/Black ($188) include:
- Built for comfort with a soft, cushy insole, shock-absorbing midsole, and breathable membrane that wicks away moisture
- Rugged, all-terrain performance in any conditions with durable, full-grain leather uppers, a tough rubberized leather rand, and tread designed for traction in all elements
- 100% waterproof materials and construction
- Hyper tractioned Vibram outsole for exploring any terrain in any weather
- Premium materials from top to bottom for long-lasting durability
- Cushioned EVA midsole offers a familiar, sneaker-like comfort
- Features a traditional duckboot ‘Trapunto’ toe box
- Speed hook lacing system for easier on and off
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