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Jemster Mon 24-Aug-15 08:27:15

I want some new wellies & have seen quite a few in the sale in Joules. There are some nice patterns & colours but as I'm used to boring navy wellies I can't decide which to go for.
Anyone else have a bright or patterned pair they would recommend?

Marmaladybird Mon 24-Aug-15 09:00:02

I have a joules pair with an all over hare print. I love them and wear them as much as possible. They're really comfy and flexible (so you don't feel like Herman Munster when you walk in them).

Keeptrudging Mon 24-Aug-15 09:10:16

I'm sometimes in my Joules dog wellies all day every day and they're really comfy, but I don't wear them to go out of the garden in.

Jemster Mon 24-Aug-15 09:36:14

Are they true to size & do you wear welly socks with them? I'm a size 5.

Ememem84 Mon 24-Aug-15 09:53:27

I've just bought the glossiest blue pair of wellies ever from joules (via Amazon as I'm a prime member). I love them.

The plan was to wear them for walking to work in the winter and to splash in puddles Have bought wellie socks too.

The reviews were great, they're soft enough for me to wear riding as alternative to my short boots if I need to.

I loved the dog ones. And the hare. But they didn't have my size might buy another pair

Marmaladybird Mon 24-Aug-15 09:56:37

On average I'm a 7 (sometimes 6.5) but the 7 is pretty big unless you wear welly socks. I haven't bough welly socks yet so re-purposed a pair of bed socks...

Jemster Mon 24-Aug-15 10:18:21

Do they do half sizes?

Marmaladybird Mon 24-Aug-15 10:35:19

I'm not sure - I got mine as a gift (I'd been coveting for ages).

comfybigduvet Mon 24-Aug-15 10:36:19

I have chickens on mine grin

jimjamspam Mon 24-Aug-15 10:46:56

I have the wellie bobs with fleece lining, they are great - I often wear them without socks. They are my usual dog walking shoes so get a lot of use, still going strong after 1 year of use.

Newtothevillage Mon 24-Aug-15 11:01:45

Joules wellies available on their ebay outlet:

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