Treat your feet this winter ❄️

Sporto Minor Suede Lace-Up boot at HSN.  Details and more waterproof winter boots at une femme d'un certain age.

This post is sponsored by ShopStyle and HSN.

If Winter is the Real Deal where you live, a pair of warm, water-resistant boots is a must! And if your winter boots could use an update, here’s you chance (today only) to pick up these new Sporto Minor Suede Lace Up boots at the special price of $59.97 (regularly $74.25).

Did you know that Sporto (founded in 1872) was the original maker of the Duck Boot? (I didn’t.) All of their boots, including this one feature all-leather uppers, rubber shells, comfort latex foam insoles with Thermolite insulation. This lace-up boot is available in several colors to suit your style.

(I’m thinking these would be great après-ski ⛷boots too…😉 )

This Sporto Minor Suede Lace-Up boot and one-day sale are exclusive to HSN, so don’t miss out. (HSN also offers Flex Pay options to suit your budget.) Your feet will be thanking you all winter long!

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  1. Thank you for featuring these affordable boots. I appreciate all the searching and researching you do to find similar styles at a wide range of price points. You inspire me in so many ways!

  2. Any waterproof boots without rubber/ latex available? I’m allergic to rubber/ latex. Thanks, for all the advice on wool socks, and silk tops, I use those products a lot!

    1. LL Bean is well-known for their duck boots, but Sporto (founded in 1872) was the original maker of this style.

      1. Sporto now manufactures all their products off-shore. They are imported into the USA under another corporate name which handles many other brands. Now, off-shore components are cheap. I’m sure their factory workers are not paid well. You cannot produce a boot for the price.
        LLBean makes their rubber soled boots in the USA with quality components which will last. I’ve had a few pairs which are still going after 40 years. The new versions are the same as the old. You get what you pay for.
        Never buy cheap shoes.

  3. I had a pair of Sporto duck SHOES in college! We wore them all.the.time. and with everything, especially with tights, a long skirt, fair isle sweater! – the height of winter “preppy” look. Relaxed and functional and oh, so practical!!