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Where can I get sheepskin boot liners?

(17 Posts)
WhyTheBigGoldPaws Thu 20-Sep-12 11:31:54

I'm sure I've heard them mentioned on here but when I Google all I get is things for horses! They sound like they'd be ideal as I could hopefully move them from one pair of boots to the next instead of buying a new warm pair.

VerityBrulee Thu 20-Sep-12 11:37:17

Ebay smile

I wouldn't survive winter without mine, you do need a bit of space in you boots though, if your boots are a snug fit already they won't fit. Clarks do thermal insoles that are less bulky than the sheepskin and just as warm IME

planestrainsautomobiles Thu 20-Sep-12 11:37:45

Celtic Sheepskin liners

I think there was also a discount code mentioned in a thread on S&B yesterday.

planestrainsautomobiles Thu 20-Sep-12 11:38:48

Just found it for you
with SLA12, you have to pay for delivery though.

GobblersKnob Thu 20-Sep-12 11:44:01

The ones from Celtic Sheepskin and gorgeous, hightly recommended.

CeeceeBloomingdale Thu 20-Sep-12 12:24:13

I just got two pairs for £5 from Amazon a couple of weeks ago and they're lovely and toasty.

WhyTheBigGoldPaws Thu 20-Sep-12 12:50:49

That's brilliant, thanks. Can I just ask - don't they ruck up under your foot like insoles can tend to? I was imagining them as more like a sheepskin sock than flat.

CeeceeBloomingdale Thu 20-Sep-12 13:39:08

Mine haven't moved around but then I have them in flat leather bikers rather than Uggs

MissFoodie Thu 20-Sep-12 15:51:43

I was looking too, but thinking more like long socks rather than something that goes up your legs not just under your feet,
anyone seen anything like this?

MissFoodie Thu 20-Sep-12 15:54:05

something like these but available in uk

bishboschone Thu 20-Sep-12 16:29:12


cerealqueen Thu 20-Sep-12 20:38:44

Buy a size or two larger then you need and they won't ruck, start to slowly cut them to fit, cutting a bit off each time and keep putting them into your boot to see if they fit and are comfy, they should still be a bit bigger then your boot then they won't ruck.

cerealqueen Thu 20-Sep-12 20:40:26

Did I say they won't ruck? Hope they don't now....

BikeRunSki Thu 20-Sep-12 20:47:36

For extra toastyness, wear merino wool socks from Smartwool.

WhyTheBigGoldPaws Thu 20-Sep-12 21:07:36

Thanks again, lots of great suggestions for toasty-footedness smile

SunshineOutdoors Thu 25-Oct-12 16:22:33

I know this is an old thread, but I saw these and thought I'd share

dexter73 Thu 25-Oct-12 16:31:28

I have these and they are very cosy.

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