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Minimalist, Travel-Ready Foldable Japanese Rubber Boots

I already own these amazing Miss Juliette Aigle Rainboots, but this is interesting:

Foldable Japanese Rubber Boot – $129

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They say:

With space at a premium in many Japanese homes, the demand for a boot that is at once as durable as it is compactable has resulted in the sturdiest and most efficient pair of rubber boots you’ll ever own.

Put simply, these wellies are a game-changer.

Their uniquely flexible, adaptable design allows you to literally roll them up and stash them away, whether slid into a desk drawer, stacked neatly in a hallway, or stowed inside your hand luggage.

It must be fairly soft rubber so that it doesn’t crack, and feels pliable, much like the vulcanized rubber of Aigle boots.

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Posted on January 25, 2019

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12 Comments

  1. BooBooNinja

    Great find, though I’m happy with my Juliette Aigles.
    On the subject of folding products — have you come across any foldable sun hats? (Not tilly hats.)

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      No foldable sunhats yet… I do love my Tilley however.

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  2. The Asian Pear

    If only they make these boots for thicker calves… Le sigh.

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      I’m thinking I need to start a new company for plus sized women.. a fashionable one.

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      1. The Asian Pear

        @save. spend. splurge.:

        *clicks LIKE BUTTON a million times*

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        1. save. spend. splurge.

          Although even if I started said company, the problem is plus-sized girls don’t go shopping as often (lower dollars) and they don’t spend as much / are willing to spend as much.

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    2. MauiShopGirl

      @The Asian Pear: Not foldable but Hunter has nice wider calf options. Not the original style, those are pretty narrow but look for the ones that indicate a wider leg.

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  3. Clarisse @ Reach Financial Independence

    I love this one! I think I need to buy this one. 🙂

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      I almost want it too.

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  4. Revanche

    I knew this was you the second I saw the title of the post! 🙂

    Are the boots nice and cushy inside?

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      The foldable ones, no I think. They’re too thin to be cushy

      My Aigle ones are good, but not cushy like fleece-y, you need to buy the sock to be inside.

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