As we all love our sporto boots and want to wear them everywhere, what better idea than to drive direct to your walking or hiking destination?! With sportos, anything is possible. Save yourself the hassle and trouble of driving hours to a prime trekking or hiking spot, and then having to park up, get out into the mud, and change into your sporto duck boots or other appropriate trekking footwear. This problem becomes even worse if it’s snowing or raining and the ground under your feet waterlogged and damp! This way, you can be wearing the most appropriate clothing and footwear to tackle the outdoors, without any of the associated problems and issues that come with it!
The issue most people face when driving in duck boots and sporto boots is that often the sole of the shoe is simply too chunky and rubbery to offer adequate feel and touch when one is attempting to drive! It is no secret that sporto boots are for winter, wet weather and snow conditions, so the idea that one may drive safely in them is rather alien. However, like most versatile pieces of footwear, these duck boots offer a truly grippy and supportive sole, perfect for walking, but less useful for driving!
Duck boot uses
Here at sporto boots we pride ourselves in giving you all the best sporto information, and duck boots as well. Therefore, we know the overlap is often quite large, if we were to draw a Venn diagram we would see the uses for Sporto Boots and Duck Boots are similar! Well do not worry, at least you know your duck boots will do the business!
Consider some other uses of duck boots such as:
So there are a few ways you could keep sporto boots at the forefront of your mind when planning your next outdoors trip or outing! If you have trainers or running shoes that you don’t want to ruin, why not take your duck boots outside and really go at it! Give them a quick wipe down to keep the mud off them and away you go!