This post is sponsored by Totes Cirrus but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
One of the best reasons to live in the Midwest is for the distinct range of seasons. Summers are hot and humid. Falls are cool and crisp. Winters are snowy and frigid, and springs are colorful and hopeful.
Midwest is best, guys.
What’s also great about our seasons is the range we can get with a good pair of rain boots.
Summer morning dew covering the grass as I tend to my garden? Totes Cirrus Rainboots.
Fall apple-picking? Totes Cirrus Rainboots.
Forging a path in the snow to get the mail? Totes Cirrus Rainboots.
Spring thunderstorm? Totes Cirrus Rainboots.
There’s never a time to *not* wear my Totes Cirrus Rainboots, if you haven’t noticed.
Ellie and I wore our new lightweight boots as we picked the last of the summer tomatoes from our garden beds and stomped around trees picking apples for pies and cider.
My grandparents planted apple trees along the perimeter of our land so each fall we get the sweet smell of apples in the air as the temperatures start to drop. There’s nothing better than getting cozy at a bonfire surrounded by apple trees.
I love the durable and versatile styles Totes Cirrus Rainboots come in–both tall and shorter–for kids and adults. And their Everywear™ technology makes them comfortable for all day wear, because they’re 60% lighter than other boots. (And not to call Ellie out, but she’s been wearing her boots non-stop. She has yet to find an outfit or situation where they aren’t appropriate so that’s a pretty great testament to the comfort level of these boots.) Now is a great time to get yourself a pair of these new boots, because Totes Cirrus is offering my readers 25% off with the code CIRRUSLOVE25.
After our walk foraging for fruits and veggies last week, our boots wiped down easily and looked brand new again. These new boots from Totes are perfect for year-round wear, whether it’s actually raining outside or not. No more heavy clunky boots weighing you down, Totes Cirrus Rainboots help you keep a pep in your step as you adventure outside.
Now who’s got a good apple pie recipe?
Photography by Huff Photography
*Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are mine.
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