At first I called them irrigating boots.
But then I realized there were 5 BIG reasons not to call them that anymore:
- Irrigating boots don't cost this much.
- Irrigating boots always have at least a cup of muddy water or muddy sludge sitting at the bottom of them.
- Irrigating boots are kept in a big bin out in the garage and you have to dig through eight other pairs to find a possible match.
- Irrigating boots have alfalfa leaves inside them and alfalfa stems wrapped around them.
- Irrigating boots lose their match immediately after being taken home and are therefore paired up with a lone mate from last year... which probably has a leak.
These are irrigating boots. Not wellies.