It is quite common today to return hope from a shopping spree only to find faults in the products that were simply not visible in the stores. While the goods look radiant in the stores and everything seems hunky dory, the discrepancies in quality present themselves to you in the first few days of usage.
Thus begins the tiring process of exchange, refund and all the negotiations that lay in between. Shopping for desert boots is no exception; it is accompanied by its own set of obstacles and regrets. To help you avoid these, here is a list of troublemakers you should be on the lookout for.
While most of you probably already know this, it is extremely important to try on your footwear before you purchase it. This is a major deterrent to desert boots purchased online, as you cannot try the shoes on before you make the purchase.
Exchange policies and other mechanisms have been launched to remedy this situation so make sure you take advantage of these if you land up with the wrong size. B&M stores rarely offer such room for error so when you shop at these, make sure the footwear is the right size.
Another obstacle is picking a flimsy product. The problem with this obstacle is that there is little you can do once you have made a purchase. Most of us have experienced the feeling of picking up a pair of size 14 shoes only to have it damaged prematurely and wasting all the resources spent on it. Along with the money, the time and energy that went into picking the pair is now moot. Therefore, it is important that you check the durability of the footwear before you purchase it. Shelling out a few extra bucks for warranties is a good idea.