How To Wear Duck Boots

25 October 2016

This post is sponsored by Zappos.
Surprisingly enough, after several years of living in the north I have yet to own a pair of duck boots. I'm likely the only one. Turns out after all this time I've been missing out because this particular pair from Kamik is actually pretty awesome, especially when speaking towards the comfort levels of the sustainable, versatile and stylish boot. But, I wouldn't expect anything less from the 118 year old Canadian company. They're obviously doing something right and I would definitely recommend checking out their boots on Zappos, who has a pretty extensive selection for men, women and children. The boots are more on the affordable side with a median price range of $120 for a pair of boots. I personally set my sights on the Evelyn from their Heritage 1898 collection, because I am sorely lacking in the dark brown footwear department and this boot style is a classic (who knew they would be such an essential!). The contrasting laces and (waterproof) lightweight  RubberHe shell add a pop of color and texture that you wouldn't necessarily get with your typical fall boots. The decorative buckle detail adds an extra pop to the overall style of the classic boot. The fact that they are all weather proof doesn't hurt either, wear them now with chunky socks and a flirty dress for a beautiful fall day and bundle up for the snow later with an oversized sweater, skinny jeans and a jacket. The options are endless, you can even take them through spring showers if you please. Plus, the fixed 200B 3M™ Thinsulate™ insulation offers a warm and comfortable foot environment, regardless of the season. 

Check out Kamik at Zappos and stock up on your winter boots for the season. Don't forget about 365-day free returns, super fast free shipping and award winning customer service. All of which are easily why Zappos is my favorite online retailer. 

Boots Kamik Evelyn via Zappos, Dress TSTC, Jacket Target, Bag Fossil
This post is sponsored by Zappos. All opinions are my own.