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Water proof boots/wellies

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GTbaby Tue 04-Jun-13 20:55:15

I saw a lady wearing purple hunter wellies other day. And they looked very cute. Just wondering what other alternatives I have.

Thinking about October time when I'll be walking a lot with DC in rain.

Any recommendations gratefully received! grin

cerealqueen Tue 04-Jun-13 23:14:09

I've just bought some crocs jaunt wellies, mainly because they are lightweight and comfy, as some wellies can be quite heavy?

I have other wellies (tartan ones!) from this company but noticed their £10 daily

cerealqueen Tue 04-Jun-13 23:29:46

Wow, they are lovely, but won't fit over my calves sad

holidayseeker Tue 04-Jun-13 23:30:14

I have joules wellies with lovely fleece wellie socks.

Don't bet on it (i have monster calves, knee high boots and I are bitter enemies)

GTbaby Wed 05-Jun-13 01:07:46

I like those... And only £10! Should look into this more! Who knew there was so much choice in wellies

missmartha Wed 05-Jun-13 07:20:49

These are nice and yes I know they're £££ but really you can wear them with a lot of things, they'll last ages and you don't have to worry about chunky calves.

MelanieCheeks Wed 05-Jun-13 07:23:35

I love my Dubarry boots. They are very £££ but really smart, as well as completely waterproof. There's a range of styles, and some come in wider calfs (calves?)
posh boots

GTbaby Wed 05-Jun-13 07:24:45

Thanks marther! Was actually wondering if you could get ankle wellies. Easier to get off.

missmartha Wed 05-Jun-13 07:31:34

Hunter do them too

These are not the only ones they do but i think they're smart.

Still prefer the Jacobson ankle boots though.

jackstini Thu 06-Jun-13 09:33:41

Wedge Wellies are my faves - buy the Flex versions for easier to get off

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