What'll They Think Of Next: Pedicure-Friendly Boots

01/08/2007 at 11:01 AM ET

Sure, it’s cold out, but getting a pedicure is still a great way to pamper yourself. If your toes are freezing in flip-flops and you’re sick of smudging your fresh polish while putting on socks, you aren’t alone. Bootie Pies (Pedicure Boots for Posh Toes), are Ugg-like winter boots made of suede with a warm lining and fold back patent leather toe to let your nails dry while keeping your feet toasty. The boots come in five different colors, including this coconut creme and are sold exclusively at bootiepies.com for $128 a pair. Seems a bit much to us, but for the pampered footsie, why not?

Photo: bootiepies.com

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Christina S-F on

These are a GREAT idea! I can’t tell you how many times that I freeze my feet off when I am trying to let my toes dry during the cold months when pedi’s are a MUST!
My only gripe: $128?????? No way. They should make a Walmart version for $30.

QueenDarlene on

for those of you who are saying “why not just wear flip flops”– THAT IS THE WHOLE POINT! i live in denver and women who get pedis all the time (like i do) don’t want to wear flip flops in the winter. exposing your entire foot in a flip flop to the cold and snow is what is ridiculous!!!! having a pedicure boot for this purpose makes sense and i am getting a pair before my next pedi. for those of you who are so jacked up — if you don’t need them or like them– it’s simple–dont buy them. i’m w. kerry–if you have nothing better to do than sit around and write obnoxious things– I would really take a good hard look at yourself–nothing says “loser” like misdirected anger like yours.

Stefie on

umm…youre not so funny clara. or clever. the name UGGs came from the word ugly. thats what they are named for. jeez, serious hostility is right. Queen Darlene- im with you a thousand percent!

kat on


beth on

For the pampered girls who can afford “pedis” every week or every other week, I’m sure if they have money to spend on that – they can waste their money on this silly shoe. I, personally always have polished toes, but I do them myself, and they look just as nice as my friends toes who go spend $20+ on pedicures, and I do them at home, so there is no worry about putting shoes on or smudging.

Lauren on

totally gross!eww!no-one will be able 2 pull them off!not even kate moss!terrible idea.

Caite on

Never mind the fact that these boots are slightly ugly…if you are worrying about cold/snowy weather your toes and feet are going to get wet/cold the second you leave the salon. I too live 15 minutes away from the best salon (walking distance) in my city, but I would not buy these impractical shoes. Wait an extra 10 minutes if your pedi is that important and save the money!

Nameless on

Why all the anger? Especially you Clara? Everyone is entitled to their opinion! And it’s just a shoe you wear when you get a pedicure, that’s it. Everyone’s getting so emotional if you can’t handle a simple shoe poll I don’t even want to think about how you guys handle the local news much less global news. There’s more important thing to worry about than some new shoe trendy that will be gone by next winter. I’m sure UGG is design something else right now to fit everybody’s need, even Clara’s

*Stephanie* on

I think these boots are so not a hit..They are very stgrange..lol..sometimes strange is good, but in this case…not.

Cheri on

Can’t believe some of the things they come up with! Those have to go!

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