image of thumbs up & thumbs down Shaker Thumbs

Shaker Thumbs is your opportunity to give a thumbs-up or thumbs-down to a product or service you have used and that you'd recommend to other Shakers or warn them away from.

I thought it would be a good time for a Shaker Thumbs thread, since we're in a time of much gift-giving across many traditions and a time of many terrific sales when lots of folks are buying things that have become affordable!

Today I'm giving a big thumbs-up to my Rieker-Antistress Fee 93 Ankle Boots.

image of blue ankle boots sitting on a tan chair

They're available in different colors, but mine are in Ozean. And, at the link above, they're currently available for 25% off, as is currently running a great sale.

I got them during a 40% off sale either late last year or earlier this year (yay!), and I love them SO MUCH. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing and give me great traction in the snow, but they are comfy AF.

I've worn them many times since purchasing them, including a number of all-day outings, and my feet always feel great, during and after. There was no sore break-in time, and I don't hesitate to wear them to do a bit of walking, from the grocery store to a museum.

This is the second pair of Rieker boots I've owned, and I can't say enough about how comfortable they are, at least on my feet. It's also really nice to have a boot that is super functional in crappy weather, but also looks decent when you get wherever you're going.

Anyway! Give us your thumbs-up or thumbs-down in comments!

[Just to be abundantly clear, I am not affiliated in any way with Rieker nor with, nor am I receiving any form of payment from either of them.]

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