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About Aigle

Farmers, fashionistas, and everyone in between love Aigle wellington boots. Headquartered in France, Aigle (pronounced "EH-gluh") owes its start to inventor Charles Goodyear, who sold the footwear manufacturing patent for his rubber vulcanization process to American businessman and Aigle founder Hiram Hutchinson in 1850. By 1853 Hutchinson's company was up and running — selling rain boots to French farmers in dire need of waterproof footwear. Aigle still makes farming boots as well as riding boots and boots for sailing, gardening, fishing, and many other activities. The company's reputation for top-of-the-line quality and attention to detail has landed its weatherproof wares in the pages of Elle and Vogue magazines.

Past Sales Featuring Aigle & more

Sale Ended August 29, 2011

däv Rain Boots & Accessories - 8/25/2011

How do we arm ourselves against the rainy day blues? By making sure we have an arsenal of can't-wait-to-wear-them rain shoes, umbrellas, and waterproof satchels, like these great picks from däv. Choose from vibrant floral prints, wild animal prints, heeled boots, and even rubber pumps—all sure to brighten overcast days.

Sale Ended December 23, 2013

Shoe Guide: Size 8

Take the guesswork out of shoe shopping with our mix of must-haves, broken down by size so you can snap up the perfect pair. Stock up on the foldable ballet flats, slick patent oxfords, fringe-trimmed booties, and pointed-toe pumps you’ll be wearing everywhere this season.

Sale Ended May 05, 2014

däv Rain Boots

Stylish, waterproof slip-ons for spring’s drizzly days.

Sale Ended January 30, 2013

Shoe Shop: Boots

What better way to round out your winter shoe wardrobe than to shop a sale that has everything you could ask for and more? For this collection, we have a series of the season’s most sought-after kicks, from hip ankle booties and tall boots to sky-high pumps and low-flying flats. Stick to one style, or shop them all — there’s always an opportunity to strut your stuff.

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