We all love wearing jeans and boots, but have you ever wondered if there’s a right way of how to tuck jeans into boots?
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You know how your jeans can bunch and bulge and the knees balloon? Or in the saddle, your jeans will slowly creep out of your boots and then your calf gets chafed while riding your horse? Or on date night you’re always bending over at the table, re-tucking your jeans in?
Enter the Boot Stroot, what some are calling a fashion and horse riding wardrobe solution.
What started out as a “what if” by Boot Stroot developer, Brandon Siegenfeld, who’s witnessed this universal struggle by women including his mom, has resulted in an affordable solution of adjustable Velcro and stretch nylon webbing straps – they come in a pair – that secure your jeans in place when wrapped around the ankle or calf.
Wrap around your jean cuff, secure, slip on your boots, and now you’re ready to ride or just go out and about.
“And finally your jeans stay there!” says Dianna Passanisi, fashion blogger and boot lover.
Almost by accident, the Boot Stroot folks say, both Western and English riders are discovering the same thing.
“Boot Stroot started off as a fashion solution, a style secret, “ says Sarah Redfield, marketing specialist, “and then the more the word has gotten out to the horse world we’re seeing girls and women who ride using Boot Stroot. They can ride with their jeans tucked in their boots, securely.”
Boot Stroot’s, which measure one and three-quarter inches in width and are so well-designed that a pair will last a life-time, retail for $8.99, plus shipping and handling. They’re available in black, blue or brown.
Redfield says the Boot Stroot is a must-have for every woman’s wardrobe be it fashion or riding, or both, and that the response they’re getting from women is, “Finally what I need!”
To order your Boot Stroot visit www.bootstroot.com.