Lovely Eco Friendly Kamik Jennifer Rain Boots!


Eco Friendly Kamik Jennifer Rain Boots

I’m so excited to share these lovely lovely boots with you today!

I first discovered Kamik on a blog earlier this year and they were rolling around in my mind for a few months before I contacted them about their boots. I was then very lucky to be sent these incredibly lovely Kamik Jennifer Rain Boots in Plum for review. Kamik are a very earth friendly company with many green initiatives and accomplishments which manufactures all different types of boots for various types of work and weather for both adults and children in the USA and Canada.

A big reason I’ve been so intrigued by these is that they have an incredible award-winning eco-friendly plan for all of their boots, including these, which involves recycling them and the fact that all of their boots, including this pair, are made up of recycled materials and their very own rubber.

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In their own words:

“RubberHe is Kamik’s own made-in Canada innovation. It’s a recyclable PVC-free synthetic rubber that’s 50% lighter than natural rubber and 30% lighter than other synthetic rubbers. Flexible, super-comfortable, extremely durable and abrasion-resistant, RubberHe gives you great traction and a light step any weather.”

The fact that their synthetic rubber is PVC is a big deal for those who would worry about carcinogenic plastic products and their effect on the body. Aside from that, there are so many more reasons to love Kamik!

First off, I’ve had to wait a bit to post on these ones as it really hadn’t rained yet and the one day it did, I forgot to wear them!

So, I’m really excited to finally feature these as I’ve pretty much been wearing them everyday since the rain has come here in Cali and loving every minute of it!

Hell to the yeah! Received @Kamik Eco friendly rain boots! Post on these lovelies coming soon at (Taken with Instagram)

This is what they first looked like when I received them in the mail. As you can see they have a beautifully sleek design that’s perfect for protecting your feet from the rain and keeping them dry all day long.

In the beginning, I had some trouble with how tightly these boots fit as I have wide calves and they fit a tiny bit too tight for comfort. I quickly remedied this issue by blow-drying the inside of these boots for a few seconds and then putting them on which helps to stretch them out so they form to your shape. This works like a charm! If you have wide calves or anything and have trouble with high boots fitting you, this is a great way to remedy them if they are made of rubber or leather. The mild heat softens the material and makes it more malleable so you can stretch them a bit.

@KamikOutdoor Jennifer Rain Boots in plum. Hasn’t rained yet, but I love these! Review coming soon at!

So once I stretched these out a bit, they fit me snug, but perfectly and are very comfortable now!

The shoes themselves fit my feet perfectly and are very cushioned for all day traipsing around. I didn’t have any foot soreness or anything in these – the quality of these boots is definitely there. I’ve worn other cheaper rain boots before and these absolutely beat all the other rain boots I’ve tried before as the build quality just feels more durable and comfortable. They do very well in the pouring rain – we had near flooding in my area over the past weekend and my feet stayed dry and toasty in these boots with no issues. I’ve also been wearing them quite frequently for over a week and there are little to no signs of wear so I can tell they will last me quite awhile.

Aside from the fact that I absolutely love how they fit and look, the fact of their manufacturing here in the states and in Canada, supplying local jobs and supporting the economies is another reason I’d buy these over a cheaper pair. I feel great knowing these are made by a family run company which is supporting American and Canadian jobs and I’m thrilled I can promote them!

Other reasons to love them include their eco consciousness, the fact that their company uses hydro-generated power in their factories and no fossil fuels are used, and the general overall minimal earth footprint, but huge economical impact they make by doing business in the way that they do it.

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Big Reasons to Love Kamik Boots:

  • “Kamik makes over two million 100% recycled boots per year
  • Kamik boot liners are manufactured using recycled polyester and polypropylene fibres
  • Every product that we make in our injection molding plants in Montreal, QC and Littleton, NH is 100% recyclable
  • Kamik’s injection molding plants use hydro- generated power to run the machines. No fossil fuels are used
  • The machines are cooled with recycled water. A cooling tower on the roof of our plant has a closed-loop distribution system where the water is collected, distributed and recycled and reused
  • Oil used in the hydraulic pumps is filtered, recuperated and reused
  • Boot scraps are collected and reused. Nothing goes to waste”

I wholeheartedly endorse these boots as they’re not only very affordable considering their environmental friendliness and small carbon footprint, but they also support my country (and our lovely northern neighbors!) so I feel really proud wearing them.

To learn more about Kamik the company, check here.

To learn more about the technology behind their boots, check here.

To learn more about their recycling program, check here.


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11 thoughts on “Lovely Eco Friendly Kamik Jennifer Rain Boots!

  1. December 17, 2012 at 8:33 PM

    So cute! I love them! I’ll have to check them out in the spring when I need a new pair

    1. December 17, 2012 at 10:07 PM

      they are right! 🙂 Def do they are well worth a look x

  2. December 18, 2012 at 12:01 AM

    I love the purple!!

    Ps…I nominated you for a Beautiful Blogger Award!

  3. December 18, 2012 at 8:06 AM

    They look fab, could definitelty do with a pair of these for the wet and windy Irish weather. I hate getting soggy socks! 🙂 The purple colour is gorgeous too xo

  4. December 18, 2012 at 12:21 PM

    I love purple, these are so pretty! Could do with a pair of them here for rainy Ireland x

  5. December 20, 2012 at 1:34 AM

    I love these boots and love that they’re Canadian! Will definitely be looking into a pair…we’ve been seeing more rain than snow in Canada of late so these will be perfect.

    1. December 20, 2012 at 5:19 PM

      me too! Oo really? I thought it always snows in Canada. Surprising. I’m glad you like the boots <3

      1. December 24, 2012 at 6:21 PM

        Yes, the past few winters have been pretty snow-free – it is strange to see my son growing up without the piles of snow I once played in.

        1. December 24, 2012 at 8:01 PM

          that’s crazy I always imagine Canada snowing. x

  6. maxie
    January 15, 2014 at 8:36 PM

    You saved my fat calved life i just bought the Olivia style and they were to tight but you saved me from having to return them 😀

    1. January 15, 2014 at 9:36 PM

      I’m so glad to be of help and hope you enjoy the boots! I still have mine and love them to death 🙂 also they are so durable and look like new

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