Good Riddance To Bad Rubbish

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Own your very own Hunter RHS Tall Wellington Boots @amazon click the Link Below Look for the Makers Mark on purchase in other countries @hunterboots Did you know that Rain Boots are also called: #hunterboots #Wellingtons #Gumboots #Gumbies #BlucherBoots #Wellies #Redbands They are knee-length waterproof rubber or plastic boots. Wellingtons were first worn and popularised by Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington. The Duke instructed his shoemaker, to modify the Hessian boot. The new boot was fabricated in soft calfskin leather, the trim removed and cut to fit more closely around the leg. The heels were low cut, and the boot stopped at mid-calf. It was suitably hard-wearing for riding, yet smart enough for informal evening wear. Dubbed the Wellington and the name has stuck in English ever since. In his bio Wellington noted that many cavalry soldiers sustained crippling wounds by having been shot in the knee – a very vulnerable and exposed part of the body when one is mounted on a horse. He proposed a change in the design of the typical boot by having it cut so as to extend the front upward to cover the knee. This modification afforded some measure of protection in battle. When Nikita Khrushchev came to power, the boot became charged politically in the context of the "Battle for Modesty" campaign, where rubber footwear was proclaimed as "socialism style" (thus fashionable), while leather, which was obviously more expensive, was derided as "capitalism style" (thus unfashionable).

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