Best Gardening Boot review

From sneakers to a full boot, it's an individual gardener's preference. I myself prefer the mid rise garden boot as well as an old pair of sneakers but when digging is needed the mid boot fits the bill.

I have researched many a garden clog and although they are great, I find the dirt finds it's way inside my shoe and that drives me crazy. That is why I prefer the mid rise boot and a garden boot at that!

Most are made of breathable neoprene that allows not only for durability but easy clean up as well. You can get as dirty as you need to ( or want to (lol) ) and spray the boots off when you're finished.

These boots aren't  just for your gardening season! They are great for winter or trucking around town in the rain. When looking for the perfect new boot this spring season, remember comfort is a factor. The boot needs to have a combination of breathable neoprene and natural rubber in order to keep your feet warm in the winter, cool in the spring and dry.

Also, try to find boots with a wick-away lining to help wick away sweat and odor. Last but certainly not least, a contoured EVA footbed is what you will need for comfort while digging or whatever you decide to do.

Here are 3 of my favorite boots:
Women’s Muckster II Mid Boots
Women’s Harper Boots by Bogs


Classic Rose Garden Mid Boots by Bogs.


These boots can be found at gardeners.com. This is a good online site for gardening supplies. I am in no way affiliated with the site but I wanted to share with you due to loving their boots and wears.

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