But before you reach for those generic tights, ask yourself this: will your feet slip’n’slide inside your boots because the tights are too thin? Will your feet be cold? Will the boot zipper snag your tights the first time you wear them?
Might be time to check out Bootights and their built-in socks.
Bootights were created by Shelby Mason, a business traveler embarrassed at O’Hare airline security when she removed her boots to reveal a pair of men’s tube socks over her tights. By the time her plane landed, an idea was born. Today, Bootights come in a variety of densities and integrated sock heights, perfect for switching between booties and higher boots.
Bootights come in solid, patterns and a variety of hues, all with integrated socks that wick away moisture. Feet stay warm, padded and protected, while your tights last longer with fewer snags.
What more could you want this fall (besides more candy corn)?