November 4, 2011

My New Cougar Marla Boots

Cougar Marla Boots
I am not one of those "shoe girls", you know those girls that buy tons and tons of shoes and have their closets full of shoes? No. I'm definitely not a shoe addict.

What I am is a "boot" addict!

I love boots, I love all of them, the booties, the mid-calf, the up-to-the-knee ones, the army boots, the sexy stiletto ones, the suede boots, the snow boots, the riding boot... you name it, I want it (or I already have it)!

So when I had the chance to pick and review a pair boots from Cougar's latest collection, my heart started singing, while my closet tried to close itself shut (it's getting crowded in there).

The collection had many winners like the Vienna2

Cougar Vienna2 Boots

and the Zip Zip and Away boots

Cougar Zip Zip and Away Boots

I picked the Marla boots to review, because they looked so cozy, not too bulky and feminine enough to wear with a long colorful skirt to fight the winter blues.

I own two pair of Cougar boots already, and they are one of the few reasons I look forward to the winter season. 

So I knew what to expect from these Marla boots: quality, attention to detail, comfort and, above all, warmth, and the boots I've received proved to be just another great pair of Cougar boots!

The leather is so soft, no breaking in needed for these puppies, the inside is so cozy and warm like a pair of comfortable slippers; but don't let the softness fool you, these boots are not afraid of winter nor of ice or snow. 

I also love the fact that they come with soft laces instead of hard ones (they actually come with two different pair of laces) and that the heel is made of hard rubber and as such it's very easy on the soles.

Do your feet a favor this cold season and get yourself a nice pair of Cougar boots.

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Disclaimer: The featured product was provided to me, at no cost, by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing and review. NY Spender is not being compensated monetarily for this review. Opinions expressed are my own and are not influenced by compensation, monetary or otherwise.

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