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Yummy winter boots from Crocs

It's no secret here in Mommycosm that I am not a fan of winter.  Cold.  Snow.  They are my kryptonite.  

We have a family home on the sunny-all-year island of Aruba.  If we ever win the lottery (please, please?) or somehow else become independently wealthy, we would move there and avoid winter all together.  But that's just not in the cards.


So, I do what a reluctant New Hampshire native needs to do in order to get through cold, nasty winters.  I drink lots of warm lattes and make sure I am outfitted properly and fashionably for the cruel weather.

Speaking of fashionable, check out these new winter boots from Crocs.  Yes, you heard me right.  I said Crocs.

They are yummy and have become my go-to favorite to wear out and about when I'm brave enough to be out and about.  Warm and soft on the inside over a base that feels as wonderful as summer Crocs, all while remaining extremely fashionable on the outside.

love, Love, LOVE.

You can purchase these and other Crocs online via their website or find a retail store near you using their handy, dandy store locator.

The boots pictured here are mine, all mine.  They are the women's Berryessa Hiking Boot and are on sale right now for 21% off.  Woot!

My feet will be happy.  Any advice on how to get the rest of me through winter this year?

Disclaimer: I was offered free product in exchange for sharing information with my readers.  Thoughts are always my own.

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