Stride by Sloggers

As the weather turns cooler, there is a lot more mud to contend with. While I appreciate the change of seasons, I do not enjoy frequent changes of footwear or slacks due to water and mud splashing on me on my way to work, or to run errands, or meet with a friend!


This fall, my outfits are protected from even the biggest of puddles thanks to these stylish 14” rain boots from Sloggers. I love the durable yet comfortable fit these rain boots offer. They are comfy to walk in for a minute, a mile, or an entire day!


This year, part of my plan to avoid the cold and flu season includes keeping my feet dry. Sure there are a lot of winter boots on the market, but they are not always stylish enough to wear to work or out on the town. I keep this pair of Sloggers rain boots on hand so that when slush and puddles appear I can slip on a boot that always gets compliments.


I have Stride by Sloggers black and white polka dots rain boots and I think they are adorable! There are so many great styles and prints that you are going to find a few pairs that you love!


Retailing at about $30 Sloggers are a great option for keeping your feet dry in wet weather. They might even inspire you to let the kid in you loose for a while, after all, mud puddles are meant to be jumped in, and when you have a pair of Sloggers on your feet, there is no reason not to indulge!


Sloggers make a great gift idea for anyone on your shopping list this holiday season! They are stylish, affordable and durable.

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