Review: Warm and Dry in the Rain in my Pink Bearcat Boots

I am a child born during the summer month of April but the weather being the way it was during the 70s there was a nasty storm and flood while my month was in labor with me. In the end I hate the sun and love the rain. I love the fashionable and colorful rain gear now a days. I bought a pair of heavy duty plueys at my favorite on-line shop ready and I have been using them for 3 years then color and the print has faded but the boots are still sturdy and awesome. I love them, but they are so heavy.

A few months I saw on TV foldable rain boots! I wanted them at once. So I went on line to look for them. They were called Bearcat Rain Booties.

Deal Dozen a on line store that offers coupons and sell items at a lower price offered the Bearcat Rain Boots for 559php + shipping fee. It is originally priced at 1600php!

They are pretty sturdy for foldable boots. the material used is rubber. You can slip them over your shoes even high heels and they cover them well.

They would look better if I wore sneakers inside but I wore my posh pocket shoes so they seems kinda flat.

These bearcat rain boots are pretty useful, compact and you can carry them inside your backpack/ tote when the rain stops. I ordered these at Deal Dozen and because of that I got them for a steal!


Until next time!

Muah! – joeydragonlady šŸ‰

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2 Responses to Review: Warm and Dry in the Rain in my Pink Bearcat Boots

  1. I’m thinking of getting a pair as well.. Are they really waterproof? No leakage? šŸ™‚ Don’t they have mini envelopes/bags so that you can easily store them when the rain is gone?

    • Hi, thanks for reading my blog. They are leak proof. No min bags. Just the bag it came into and a wiper. The boots are sturdy but you if you step on sharp rocks the boots might get holes since the soles are not as thick as I thought.

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