Sometimes I walk through Costco and I wonder if the people deciding the schedule to release things are as unsober as I was on my thirtieth birthday. As we walked in the door last night, it was one of those times. I saw Lego to my right (Hello Costco, I don’t really want to start Christmas shopping yet) but of course, I discretely grabbed a couple of boxes anyway and Shearling boots to my right.
$35 for a pair of boots that’s easily going to get you through the season, keep you warm and beat any of the other knockoff boots that you can get from stores if you aren’t ready to make the full fledged purchase of a $200 pair of Ugg boots? Yes please.
You’re going to have to shop fast though, because the boots (like the kids snowsuits) are going to sell super fast and Costco is going to get out their stock for next Spring before you know it.
I spotted these in Sherwood Park, you can check your local store to see if they’re stocked already. They should be relatively easy to find since most of the local stores follow the same schedule when they’re stocking things on the floor of your all-time-favorite store.
Are you buying? I’ll be skipping. A couple of years ago I invested in a pair of Ugg boots, and though they’re slippery on ice, they’re easy and fast to put on when you need to run outside to adjust mittens, never ever smell despite the fact I don’t wear socks, ever and are still in fantastic shape. If was on more of a budget for winter boots though and didn’t have my hear