Do you wear between a women's 5 and a 6.5/7?
Do you want to spend under $30?
Do you have a Marshall's store nearby?
Then you may be in luck!
I typically wear a women's 6/6.5, these are a youth 5. I thought the navy color with green trim was basic and fun. They also had a cool black and green tartan plaid, and a brown herringbone tweed. They have a good tread, hit upper calf and are wide enough to get jeans tucked in (I have pretty skinny legs, so most boots are loose around the calves on me.)
And they were $29! I was in need, they (the weather experts) say we are in for a pretty wet, snowy, stormy winter around here!
By the way, have you ever had rubber wellies that get cloudy white/gray marks on them? Here is what I discovered it is (Hunter is a popular, yet expensive, brand of rubber wellies):
What is the white residue on my Hunter boots?
Occasionally, it is possible that white marks will appear on your Hunter rubber wellington boots. This is called 'blooming', it is your boots attempting to protect themselves from environmental damage.
Every Hunter rubber wellington boot is made from 100% natural ingredients and small amounts of wax are included in the rubber compound during the vulcanization process that is used to make each pair. When exposed to certain environmental factors, this wax can "bloom" to the surface and appear as white marks.
This is not a defect with the boots, and is completely natural. If this does happen, you can wipe this blooming clean with a warm, damp cloth. We recommend UV Tech* Spray which can be found at boating, hunting or fishing stores.
Oh- and those wellies I got are magical! I purchased them and voila~ not a drop of rain in two days!
p.s. I took the self-portrait of me and Abbie on my automatic setting. I realized that after being Abbie's puppy sitter for 12 years, I don't have a single picture of the two of us together!