O.F.F. = Outdoor Fashion Friday.
Our (almost) weekly segment featuring our favorite styles for the season. Everything I share are pieces that can be worn all day long and stand up to the “use and abuse” of serious adventures. As a family, we appreciate clothing that is worth our hard-earned money. It’s what we wear and trust!
I’ve been a big fan of Muck boots and shoes for years now. They keep my kids’ feet warm in the winter and keep us ALL dry. While we don’t get a ton of rain around here usually, we certainly have this spring, and I’ve been so thankful for the chance to try out some new pairs.
I’ve had numerous comments on these every time I wear them, so my “fashion sense” (HA!) is a little validated too.
Both of these styles are built with the idea of actually keeping your feet COOL while wearing them. What I love most about MUCK is that their boots and shoes hold up to serious abuse. We have about four other pairs in circulation in our family and they ALL look as good as the first day they were worn. This is after miles of hiking and walking, being used while biking (especially on a balance bike which is super rough on shoes) and being stepped on and put on incorrectly.
Breezy Ballet Cool $69.95
I think these shoes are SO cute. I actually sized down to wear them without socks and wish I hadn’t, or better yet that MUCK came in half sizes. With most of their boots, having an option for a half size doesn’t matter – but these it really does. They have the arch support of most other ballet flats out there (not great), but they grip exceedingly well (maybe better than any other shoes of their kind), are great for wet days and are comfortable.
Breezy Ankle Height Garden Boot $109.95
With a comfort range of 40- 95 degrees (F), these are the perfect range for most temperatures (save those truly winter days). They are high enough to keep rain, mud and slush out, while not so high as to impede air circulation. I love that they are easy on and off, have great support for walking in (I’ve done miles and miles in them and have had no issues) and, like all Muck boots, have held up exceptionally well.
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