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TheRealMBJ Wed 12-Oct-11 22:29:53

We live very rurally and have been snowed in during winter both previous winters. Wellies and fleece liners are just not warm enough. Last year I borrowed my SIL's 'Moonboots' as she has broken her ankle and was unable to use them anyway, however, I do need to give the back this year.

would love sow recommendations.

Thanks.

Mumshouse43 Wed 12-Oct-11 23:27:46

Hi MBJ,

I recently purchased a fab and swanky pair of boots from a company called www.javari.co.uk. The ones that I got were Merrell Woman's Pervoz Flat in Black they cost me £120 originally £160 - but I found a thread on here that got me 20% off - you might want to try a search for this thread - I think you would just need to put in Javari. They are thinsulated (sp?) - I live semi-rural and for the past 2 winters it's been hideously bad where I live (West of Scotland). Hope this helps you find what your looking for.

Best of luck xx

Mumshouse43 Wed 12-Oct-11 23:30:16

Oh and delivery was immensely quick - next day infact smile

thenightsky Wed 12-Oct-11 23:49:43

Proper moonboots are the dog's bollocks for non-slippiness here

But I have just paid the tiny sum of £30 for a pair of purple non-slip snow boots from Mountain Warehouse who currently have a sale on.

my boots

Madlizzy Thu 13-Oct-11 00:12:20

I am lusting after a pair of these. www.next.co.uk/g47218s2#817009g47

whackamole Thu 13-Oct-11 02:06:02

I just bought a pair of Trespass snow boots from M&M Direct for £23. Bargain.

TheRealMBJ Thu 13-Oct-11 06:21:02

Thanks all. My borrowed pair are proper Moonboots. They are wonderful but UGLY! Quite like the pair of Karrimors on the M&M site

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