Stylish & Comfortable footwear at Hotter Shoes

Like most people I struggle to find comfortable footwear. Every time I buy shoes I always find they rub and hurt for a week or so and the shoes that are more comfortable aren’t always very nice on the eye.
I was contacted by Hotter Shoes to try a pair from their vast range of styles.

Hotter Shoes began in 1959 as a family business and started off by selling slippers. Their factory is based in Lancashire so not too far from myself. The Hotter Shoes team is passionate about comfort and style. Every single pair of shoes is made to high standard and is millimetrer perfect. They are carefully wrapped before placing into a strong shoebox. Hotter shoes sell shoes for both men and women. They have lots of styles and colours to choose from be it boots, flats or other styles there is sure to be something for everyone.
I decided that with the cold weather coming in on a lovely pair of warm boots from the Mystery Boot styles.

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The boots arrived in a big strong shoe box wrapped carefully with tissue paper.

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The mystery boots are a soft ruched style with an inner zip allowing easy on and off. The cushioned breathable insole ensures comfort for feet.
The boots have a heel height of one inch and come in a choice of five different colours and sizes 3-9 including several half sizes which can be difficult to find.
I chose the colour mushroom which I consider to be like a medium beige colour. I chose this colour because I already have lots of pairs of black boots and think this colour will go with most other clothing colours. I think they are very stylish and will look great in winter months over trousers.

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The boots are very easy to put on. They seem to slip on like slippers and almost hug onto the feet. They are very comfortable and not once have they rubbed or caused blisters. It doesn’t feel like I’m wearing shoes with these on. They keep my feet both warm and dry in the wet cold weather and look good too.

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The boots cost Β£90 but unlike other cheaply made pairs I think they will certainly last a long time.

1 Comment

  1. Sarah
    February 27, 2016 / 13:44

    Totally agree,like wearing no shoes at all! Just got my first pair in the sale half priced,ordering another in a different colour too so won’t need to buy any later in the year!

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