There’s nothing like a nice pair of boots in the winter. If you are the practical type, they keep your jeans from getting dirty & wet when it is raining or snowing. However, they also just look quite trendy with jeans on the inside of the boots. I will not deny that my biggest setback is that I am a perfectionist. No matter how skinny my jeans are, I can’t seem to keep my jeans from bunching when I try to wear boots & jeans together. If I am going to spend the day analyzing myself then I often don’t step out of my comfort zone. Introducing Boot Stroot…
Our revolutionary product allows you to quickly and easily cuff boot cut jeans, normal flare jeans or straight leg jeans and slip into boots without uncomfortable bunching or unsightly bulging.
The Boot Stroot holds your pants in place so your jeans never ride up your leg! Stand, sit, dance or run; the Boot Stroot ensures that your pants stay where they belong!
Reaction: Boot Stroot comes in 3 neutral colors: blue, black, and brown. I received a pair of brown to go with my newest boots that I had been dying to wear with jeans. I was intrigued and wondered if I could accomplish the look easily. When I first tried it, I was surrounded by my children and still was able to quickly achieve a smooth, unbunched look. The concept is simple: cuff, wrap, strap. When the weather getting more like winter, I have noticed more and more people wearing boots with bunching jeans. If they look approaching I have been telling them about this product that costs less than $10 and alleviates that unsightly bunching. Below is a picture of Boot Stroot (left) & nothing. See for yourself how smooth the left side looks compared to the right. With Boot Stroot it doesn’t distract attention away from your great top, boots, legs, etc… to unsightly bunching. You are just you.
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