The cutout at the front is functional — you know, for ventilation and such — while the shaft is still the perfect form of protection for the elements. Dry toes? So overrated. Of course, should you happen to remember the date, maybe you'll disagree. (Yes, it's April 1, y'all). While Hunter calls the boots “this summer’s must-have at festivals across the land," we have a feeling Glastonbury attendees will still prefer the originals — closed toes and all.
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