Spring's not quite over yet and not sure about you but I am still in the midst of finishing up our gardening, planting and landscaping as the weather has been a little dicey here in Columbus this spring. While the blooms are underway, I still have loads to do in the backyard to clear out some overgrowth, prune up some of our bushes, and of course the constant weeding that feels like it never ends!
Earlier in the season our friends at BOGS Footwear sent over a pair of boots that we tried out for spring. I have to be honest, I already own a pair of Hunter boots and have been pretty content with them so I wasn't sure if adding another pair to my stash would be worth it. But I was happily mistaken when I tried out these boots as they were much sturdier and thicker, a little shorter and wider (which made getting in and out of them quickly while walking in and out of my studio while potting a breeze), and overall were much better gardening boots than my Hunters. While I will keep my Hunters around for rainy days (because they're great rain boots), I definitely plan to keep these BOGS stored in my studio for easy access when heading outdoors. And I can't wait to show them off when we go berry picking next week and of course apple and pumpkin picking in the fall! And they will hold up well with a nice thick pair of socks for the lovely snowy winters we get here in Ohio. Great for all seasons!
Now check out this simple and easy boot tray we created to hold our dirty boots while they dry out in the studio!