Time to dust off the garden tools and think spring.
This should include being prepared for the first nice spring day by knowing which shoes, boots or clogs you will slip on to greet the new year of gardening. Some folks may say they prefer an old pair of sneakers, flip flops or just plain old barefoot.
That’s fine, but wearing a pair of gardening shoes will extend your gardening time and pleasure so more can be accomplished and enjoyed.
I’d dare say that most people that experience a good pair of footwear in the garden will be hard pressed to venture out there again in bare feet. Not to mention the pedicure problems that can be avoided as well as health and safety issues for your feet.
Warm feet that are dry and safe make it easier to stay out there long enough to accomplish the task at hand. So whether you prefer clogs, boots or shoes, there are so many to choose from at Garden Shoes Online.
Do your feet and back a favor !
“May all your weeds be wildflowers.” ~ Unknown
are comfy and waterproof.
I really like the way the top is a bit tighter and stretchy- It keeps the dirt out and makes them very comfortable. They also kick off and slip on easily which makes it easy to run in the house if need be, especially this time of year when the ground is soft and muddy.
These hose off quickly as well which makes cleaning up a snap. I have the wineberry color.
They are fun and functional which is a great combination. It isn’t always easy looking good while gardening, but living in the city, across from a park, - gardening in my front yard involves chatting with people walking by. Let me tell you, I am not always a lovely sight, but if I have great accessories that do their job AND happen to look good too, I am all for the extra help. At least it looks as though I am trying a little harder. If only they could help with my hair, but that is another story…
Muck Daily Clogs are also a great slip on for the garden or to run out on an errand. I don’t like them for regular everyday gardening as much as the shoes because I don’t like dirt getting on my feet. Those pedicured pigs need to look spiffy and I always get way more involved than I think I will, so a shoe is a better bet for me. Some people might prefer the clog over the shoe, it’s a matter of preference.
Sometimes you just need a boot instead of a shoe. If you want to wear something that is a bit more durable on mucky ground that is deeper in dirt or mud, the Muck Scrub Boot is a good choice. It is waterproof, comfortable and it also comes in fun colors as well as the traditional green.
Whatever your gardening needs are, one of these are sure to fit the job.
~It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are. ~e.e. cummings