It’s almost June and doesn’t feel in the least bit like summer around here. We have had an abundance of rain, and while I am not complaining too much (I despise the heat more!), our “wet gear” has certainly gotten more use than usual.
One of our favorites continues to be the MUCKSTER II boots from Muck Boots. I’ve been a fan of Muck for years (personally preferring them over Bogs in most respects), and these are worn every single day around here lately.
Made to be easy on and easy off, the MUCKSTER II comes in both ankle and low heights (ours are the ankle) and a variety of colors for men, women and kids. They kick right off, have great traction for “mud bogging” and provide just enough coverage for dry feet without the weight of a boot.
They also breathe well for warmer temperatures and are relatively lightweight for a “boot shoe”.
I love them for the kids to wear to school on wetter days, around camp or just when they need a little extra traction.
If your kiddo has bigger heels (if you’ve ever noticed such a thing??) or wider feet, we recommend sizing up for easier on and off….
Win a Pair of MUCKSTER II boots!
Muck boots wants to help get another kid in some of their MUCKSTER II boots and has generously offered this giveaway!
As usual, please use the Rafflecopter Widget below to enter to win. The winner will be emailed and announced on this post in the Rafflecopter Widget. Have questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact me at mountainmamatales(at)gmail(dot)com so I can help! This giveaway is open to the U.S. and Canada.
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