Arcopédico Milan II Knit Boots ~ Finish Out The Season In Style
I received product from Arcopédico to facilitate this post. As always, all opinions are my own.
Snow, rain, and sleet. That’s the kind of weather we are still experiencing here in Minnesota, even though we’re into March already! As a child, I was never thrilled that my birthday was in March. Most years, even if it was sunny out, the slush and mud was too much for anyone to go outdoors. Now even as an adult, I’d definitely choose a warmer birthday month if I could. So to help survive the remaining winter season with high morale, I suggest grabbing a cute pair of Arcopédico Boots. And the Milan II Knit Boots were the style calling my name.
Arcopédico Milan II Knit Boots
My feet have been freezing pretty much all winter. (Just ask my husband as I warm up my ice blocks on his legs each night!) If I dress up to spend time outdoors with the kids, I’m fine in my winter boots. But when I go out, run errands, or leave the house for any other reason, I grab my sneakers or, most often, dress booties. And both of them leave my toes frozen! So I decided enough was enough. There’s no need to suffer in the name of fashion. The Arcopédico Milan II can look great while also keeping me warm!
And not only do the Milan II Boots look great, they feature a great design focus. They provide:
- Excellent Support
- Soft, Flexible Uppers
- Forgiving On/Off Design
- Available In Either Arcopédico’s Patented Lytech™ Blend Or Techno Elastic Knit Upper
- Soft, Warm Synthetic Fur Lining
- Wear Rolled Down Or Straight Up
- 100% Free Of Animal Products
- Removable Insole
- Color Choices Include: Grey Knit, Black Knit, Black, Or Brown
Why Choose Arcopédico
You’ll quickly see that technology behind Arcopédico Footwear is worth the investment. Their shoes feature two fundamental design principles.
- The ‘barefoot’ upper is a soft, non-binding design. It conforms to the top of your foot and allows circulation as well as all day comfort.
- The patented metal-free twin arch support soles work to protect the wearer’s foot arch. This also allows the distribution of body weight through the entire plantar surface.
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I’m a city girl turned country by my awesome husband and we have three busy boys and two darling daughters. I love spending time with my family, reading Karen Kingsbury novels, and catching up with friends while our kiddos have play dates. I’m blessed beyond measure and can’t wait to see what God has in store.
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