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December 05, 2013

Bootights

What are Bootights? They are just what you'd guess. They are tights with an attached sock at the bottom so that your legs stay warm in winter while preventing slipping around in the boots. In many of the bootights, the sock is ankle, moisture wicking with arch support and sculpted cushioning.

I think this is such a great invention. Whenever I wore a skirt or dress in the cold months I would wear leggings or stockings with boots, but my feet were always slipping around inside my boots. To prevent this I would wear a pair of thick socks over my leggings/tights, but this product eliminates the need for an extra layer. It's perfect!

If you have this issue, try these for yourself! They're available in solids and prints.

They also make perfect stocking stuffers, so add them to your holiday shopping list today!

You can find them here: http://www.bootights.com/

1 comment:

  1. those look so warm,,that is a awesome item,,love to have some of them too

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