Sunday was gorgeous. About 15 degrees, bright and sunny, but with a brisk breeze to keep you sharp. By Algeciras standards this means time to bundle up. The winter boots were out in full force.
Since all the park benches were occupied I was sitting on the curb. Perfect height for footwear observation.
Not much mountain climbing happening in these boots, or kid chasing for that matter.
I did notice a new trend towards knee coverage. Keeps the joints warm I guess.
At just 15 degrees you don’t want much gap between your boots and your coat.
Leg warmer/boot combos are also practical in cold weather.
Boots for everyone.
I stared at these for a long time. Does the under-strap serve a particular purpose?
That inch gap between sole and strap just looks downright dangerous. What if she suddenly needed to jump a chain link fence? What if her horse bucked her and she caught that strap on a tree branch? What if a blonde, truck-loving toddler poked a stick in there?
Probably my fears are unwarranted. Something tells me that only hopping these ladies do is from bar to bar.