#2208: GreavesEaves

Today’s invention is a cure for the main problem with wellington boots (aside from the look).

When it rains, water floods down one’s legs and fills the boots.


Instead, imagine that one’s outdoor trousers have some extra length, doubled over and held in place by a number of circumferentially-placed poppers (orange).

When you put your boots on, undo these poppers and attach the outer ones to corresponding ones on the boots’ outside (blue).

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