Introduction and advantages and disadvantages of rain boots
Rain boots, called Wellington boots in Britain. There is another story about the origin of Wellington boots. It was named after the Duke of Wellington, who defeated Napoleon in the Battle of Waterloo, and became popular from England in the early 19th century.
The main feature of Wellington boots is that they are waterproof and are used for walking on rainy and muddy roads. Under normal circumstances, the boots are less than knees. The material is mainly rubber, black, which records the military’s majesty and heroism.
Don’t think Wellington boots are out of date! Some brands have successively launched fashionable Wellington boots, interpreting traditional classics with a modern eye. Today, Wellington boots have entered thousands of households, from the catwalk to the streets and alleys, they are everywhere, becoming a rainy day travel equipment suitable for all ages. Some luxury brands have set their sights on Wellington boots, making fashion more intimate.
Rain boots are also called water shoes, water boots, rubber boots, overshoes, rubber boots, etc.
Rain boots, as one of the rain gear products for traveling in rainy days, its biggest advantage is that it is moisture-proof shoes and easy to carry.
Advantages: At present, Li rain boot covers are still relatively fashionable. Compared with rain boots, they are more selective. Take them out and put them on the outside of the shoes when it rains, and take them off if it rains.
Disadvantages: After all, it is rainproof and airtight, but it is much better than rain boots. At the same time, it is relatively easy to break, and the timeliness is not long, but it is much better than disposable shoe covers.
In short, it is a kind of high-quality and inexpensive moisture-proof shoes.