WBSJ Rain Boots - Mejiro
Wild Bird Society of Japan(WBSJ) is a Nonprofit Organization founded in 1934 in Tokyo, Japan. The goals of WBSJ are: conservation of endangered birds and plants, expansion of the bird sanctuary, and educating people on creating environments where nature and culture can co-exist. The profits are spent on research and projects. WBSJ’s projects go beyond Japan, to such places as Taiwan, China, and Russia. Branches and Knots is happy to be working with this great organization.
WBSJ’s very stylish rain boots are perfect for active people. They are loose enough to wear jeans in the boots but fit tight on the ankle to keep from slipping off when working in muddy gardens, or walking in the swamps while bird watching. They are also packable for easy travel. They have been specially designed to be taken off by stepping on the heel of the opposite boot-a hands-free approach.
*Please note that sizes are approximate and converted from Japanese sizing.
Stop using if a rash or other allergic reaction develops.
Wipe off dirt and wash with mild soapy water after use and allow to dry naturally in the shade.
Some types of detergent and sweat can cause discolouration.
Powdery white marks (blooming) may occur in certain conditions. Blooming is harmless and completely normal for natural rubber products.
Due to the nature of rubber, sweat stays in the boots and moistens the socks. Please note that this occurrence is not from leakage.
Due to the nature of the thin material, sharp objects may puncture the boots.
Store boots in a cool, dry location avoiding direct contact with any heat source, extreme cold or sunlight.
Do not store folded or creased.
Made in China