Thursday, September 9, 2010

A Good Career Move

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1 comment:

Thomas said...

The return of the rain-boot trend is a seemingly good idea -- rain boots keep feet dry, protect clothes and make it easy to trudge through both rain and snow.
But along with the return of these handy shoes came rain boots in crazy, bright prints more fit for a 5 year-old than a stylin' chick.
Legendary Hunter boots, the first rubber-boot manufacturer in the U.K., keeps the rain boot looking classy, understated and perfectly fit for its purpose -- whereas many Walmart or Target pairs have taken the functional shoe to the level of cartoon graphic tees and zip-up hoodies.
Still, the mass retailers offer a few stylish rain boots at a fraction of the cost of Hunter boots.
Or even better yet -- this season, try out a variety of the other options for keeping your feet warm and dry, while looking cool and classy at the same time.

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