Ads 468x60px

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Powered by Mom’s Lugz Women's Mallard Boots Giveaway

If you haven't won your pair of Lugz boots yet, here's a pair for her up for grabs. Open to US residents only through 2/21. Good luck.

Powered by Mom’s Lugz Women's Mallard Boots Giveaway

Open to US Only – Ends 02/21

Sponsored by: Lugz Hosted by: Powered by Mom
Be sure and read Powered by Mom writer, Emily's, review HERE!

About Lugz Women's Mallard Hiking Boots:

These boots have a Permahide upper that is fully water resistant and a Flexstride molded memory foam insole inside for a super comfortable fit. The bottoms are a certified slip resistant durable rubber sole. The treads are deep and the traction is excellent. The high collar and tongue are both padded for comfort and is sturdy, yet flexible enough to move easily in. They support the ankle very well while maintaining a truly luxurious fit. Hiking boots always take a bit of time to break in, but these make the process quite easy and comfortable. Key Features:
  • Upper is water-resistant Permahide
  • Durable rubber soles are certified ASTM-F1677, Mark II tested slip resistant
  • Flexstride molded memory foam insole
  • Padded collar and tongue


One lucky reader will receive Lugz Women's Mallard Boots!
Now go and enter the giveaway and remember to come back for the daily entries. GOOD LUCK!


*Read my Disclosure

8 comments:

  1. I like the Fall Creek Falls, TN area to hike. I only like to day hike.

    ReplyDelete
  2. We like to hike around Lost Lake in far northern Wisconsin.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I like hiking at Torrey Pines State Park in San Diego.

    ReplyDelete
  4. The sand dunes at our cottage on Lake Michigan

    ReplyDelete
  5. A list of places come to mind and a particular one especially for which I often go and enjoy natures beauty! It was at one time a place I went to to camp under the stars and drew some art for which I sold as a child - instead of lemonade stands - I never made much but always gave what I earned to my mother that was a single-parent! I never realized till I got older that though my father was suppose to pay child support he never paid a dime and my mother had to bring home enough funds to afford herself (of whom often skipped meals) and all of us children!

    ReplyDelete