Warm in Winter

If you know me, you know that I am known as that girl who is annoying and complains about how cold she is 30 seconds after being exposed to the elements. This is no joke. I used to LOVE downhill skiing, skating outside, being in the snow and now I hate it! Why,  you may ask? I have such terrible circulation in my fingers and toes that as soon as I get cold I lose feeling in them and it is so painful! And when they warm up it gets even worse! So taking the dogs for a walk in winter becomes someone else’s task and I miss out on all the fun winter activities like snowshoes, cross-country skiing and more!

Warm in Winter

 Warm in Winter

Warm in Winter

Warm in Winter

Well, all I can say is thank goodness for Cougar Boots for saving my toes! I have been on the lookout/hunt for a winter boot that will insulate, keep me dry, protect me from harsh conditions and shield me from the cold so I can actually get outside (or even to the grocery store!) without freezing! And these bad boys do exactly that!

Warm in Winter

Warm in Winter

Warm in Winter

Warm in Winter

These Original Cougar Boots protect my feet in as low as -30 degrees celsius! Which is a temperature we Canadians are VERY familiar with! I’ve always been told that if you have cold feet, the rest of your body will also feel cold. So by keeping warm in these Cougar Boots, you’ll be able to stay warm all over!

Warm in Winter

Warm in Winter

Warm in Winter

And okay can I just say it? I feel so freaking cool rocking these boots around town and SO many people have stopped to tell me they love them! In fact, the second my sister saw me wearing them, she ordered a pair online! And she LOVES them! She got them in dark brown – they also come in black and red!

Naturally, a parka is a must in all cold-weather conditions, and I’m turning to NOIZE Original to help keep me cozy! This heather gray parka gives me all the feels this winter!

|Parka: c/o Noize (last seasons style) | Boots: c/o Cougar Boots |

xx

With Love, Meg

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