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Rain boots for soggy days in the garden

Six mud-friendly reasons to never miss a day outdoors

Rather than sit on the sidelines of a soggy garden, enjoy endless hours working away in your spring plot by adding a pair of rain boots to your list of essential gardening tools.

rainboot-rainco.jpg1. Giddy-up: Brown Cowgirl by Rain Co.
Check out Rain Co.’s online shop for some fabulously fun rainy day finds. Opened in June 2007, this online store ships worldwide and with such a vast selection, you’re bound to find something interesting—like these cowgirl-style rain boots.
If you live in the Vancouver area, round up some friends for a Booty Party. A fun twist on the traditional Tupperware party, Rain Co. will pull together an assortment of boots, umbrellas, handbags and other rainproof accessories for an at-home shopping party. The hostess will receive a complementary pair of boots and an umbrella.

Price: $55
Available at:
Rain Co.
rainboots-mydesign1.jpg2. Custom: My Design Paintable Rain Boots by My Design
Extend tulip season in your garden with the My Design Paintable rain boots. Using the six brightly coloured paints, kids (or parents) can turn their wellies into a travelling flowerbed. The paints are waterproof, so colours won’t disappear after an afternoon in the rain, but once the design becomes passé, simply use one of the ‘magical’ erasing pads to wipe it away and start fresh.

Price: $29.95
Available at:  Mastermind Toys
rainboots-bog.jpg3. Pull-ons: Classic High Cosmos in Blue Multi by Bogs
Make good use of those built-in handles by pulling on a colourful pair of Bogs to keep your toes toasty warm. Whether it be a frosty forty below or a fresh fifteen degrees, Bogs are made of neoprene which will keep your feet feeling comfy in spring or snow. Their rubber overlay makes them 100 per cent waterproof and the removable liners will help keep them odour-free.

Price: $130
Available at: Insport

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