Winter Shopping

Are you prepared for bad weather?  In some parts of the country the cold, rainy weather has already arrived.

But there’s no need to fear because is here. DealDash has many auctions that can keep us warm and dry on dark, wet winter days.

It is especially important to keep our feet warm and dry, so shopping for some waterproof winter boots might be a good place to start.

Did you see the ladies’ cow leather boots?

Ladies waterproof cow leather boots

Now is the time to shop for these cow leather boots before it is too late. Unfortunately, DealDash has very few of these boots left, depending on the size. When they are gone, they are gone.

These durable black cow’s leather boots with a square heel have a BIN of $690.00. They come with an elastic side panel for stretch and boot loops to make them easier to pull on. The bottom tread provides for a rugged and solid grip in slippery places.

Based on 17 product reviews so far (for size 7) these boots received an overall rating of 4.84 out of a possible 5.0. One customer complained they seemed to be hard to get on, but most customers said they fit well and are very comfortable. Perhaps how easy it is to get these boots on or off might partly depend on how wide or narrow the user’s feet are.

The best thing of all is that many past winners have already won some fantastic deals. Some of the best deals so far on Size 7 winners are:

  • Sept. 26 these ladies boots sold at $1.57 and the winner paid a total of only $1.58 including the cost of the 4 bids used to win;
  • Sept. 29 these ladies boots sold at $4.30 and the winner paid a total of $30.70 including the cost of the 132 bids used to win; and
  • Sept. 10, these ladies boots sold at $9.80 and the winner paid a total of $48.00 including the cost of the 191 bids placed.

All of the above winners received bargain prices on these boots.

A brief history of leather boots

The oldest leather boot brand in the USA was produced by the Frye Company in 1888, but the first mass produced leather boots appeared in the 17th Century. Thomas Pendleton produced 4,000 pairs of shoes and 600 pairs of boots for the British Army in 1642.

According to my research, 65 percent of leather comes from cows while 15 percent comes from sheep, 11 percent from pigs and 9 percent from goats. Less than 0.2 percent of leather comes from any other type of animal.

Regardless of what kind of leather today’s boots are made out of we can be sure that any boots on are high quality and will be sure to last a long time.

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This sponsored blog post was submitted by: Barbara L. Sellers. Barbara was compensated by DealDash for this blog post. Blog posts are written by real DealDash customers. The opinions and advice here represent our customers’ views and not those of the company.