Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Garden necessities

these shoes rock

I am a serious gardener and I believe that in order to garden one must have the proper tools including footwear. I was tired of buying shoes for the garden and those cheap crocs that give you no support whatsoever. They do not protect your feet from thorns, splinters and mud yuk! I was tired of getting into the shower and having to always dig the dirt from under my short toenails. Mind you I always pass the nail brush over the toes but sometimes I can see that the dirt is not only over but under. I found that my feet ached at night and a friend of mine told me the same. We wondered if was because of the crocs or our age. I will not discuss age here so don't ask!! I had ordered some garden clogs online at a ridiculous price since my feet are small ( size 5 and sometimes 6) and as soon as they arrived I slipped them on. Well my feet thought that they had died and gone to heaven. These were so comfortable, my feet stayed dry, the soles were thick and gave support. No more aching feet at night!! So it wasn't an age thing folks!! I am a bargain online shopper and have bought many many things online. This includes, garden tools, carpentry tools, clothing, furniture, shoes, garden supplies and pond supplies including liners. I have compiled an assortment of garden shoes, garden stuff that many of us miss while surfing cause we are very busy looking at other things.

Garden Junction


  1. Great tip, thank you. When I followed up on Amazon, though, I couldn't find any size info. Am I just doing it wrong?

  2. Please try this link It has all the sizes in ladies and men http://astore.amazon.com/myrusticbajan-20

  3. Yep, I couldn't do without my garden clogs.I have a pair at the side door and at the back. They are waterproof and the soles are cushioned... an absolute must for all day in the garden.

  4. I am so glad I found this post! Fire ants love crawling through the holes in my crocs! These garden shoes also look like they'd be awesome as studio shoes. Adios crocs and thanks for the info!


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