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Bunny Boots Aren’t Ballet Slippers

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Scott Oeth is an Eagle Scout, a Minnesota Master Naturalist, a Registered Maine Guide, author of the BullMoosePatrol.com blog, and an all around great outdoorsman. He wrote an excellent article on Bunny Boots. His main point:

“Why Bunny Boots? I’ve never had cold feet in them.”

He claims they’re more clodhoppers than ballet slippers but “…if it’s subzero, and if I know I’m going to be stationary for long periods of time, Bunny Boots are my fail-safe plan.” He says they’re a no brainer for activities like hunting, ice fishing, and those late season football games where you freeze your butt off in the stands — well, at least your feet are warm!

If you’re tired of cold feet in subzero winter conditions, check out Bunny Boots: Fail-Safe Winter Footwear. It will clue you in as to whether Bunny Boots are the solution for you. Scott also debunks some common misconceptions about the valves, punctures, and trench foot.

If Scott’s convinced you that these boots are just the ticket for you, we’ve got both new and used Bunny Boots in a wide range of sizes. If you don’t see your size, call us at (800) 653-8528 and ask us to check. (Availability changes so rapidly for extra narrow, narrow, and extra wide widths that we don't always list them online.)

By the way, not being from the Northwest, we’ll excuse Scott for not knowing that Bakken oil field workers love these boots. They work long hours in the bitter cold and warm feet are a necessity.

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