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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 April 13, 2015

Extra 25% Off: Spring's Most Massive Shoe Stock-Up

Indulge your shopping habit with the latest pumps, sandals, sneakers, and flats with promo code Shoes25

Sale Ended September 27, 2011

Aigle Rain Boots

Aigle's history begins in France in 1853—so don't doubt that its handcrafted rubber boots can stand up to the rainiest of days. Nonetheless, the boots won over our Accessories team not for their time-honored functionality, but for being super stylish. From tall and short models in sleek neutrals with subtle accents, to a handful of brightly hued styles sure to add a little sunshine to your rainy day wardrobe, we invite you to experience Aigle boots for yourself.

Sale Ended December 16, 2013

Boot Camp

Be ready for every winter occasion with the season’s go-to shoes: Versatile and ultra-cool boots. You’ll find the perfect finishing touches for whatever your datebook has in store: Think sleek riding boots for weekend errands, luxe suede lace-ups for a flirty office kick, and embellished stilettos just begging for a night out.

Sale Ended September 27, 2014

New Heights: Wedge Boots & Booties

Chic stiletto alternatives to wear everywhere this season.

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