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Comfortable boots

(18 Posts)
frazzled74 Fri 06-Jan-17 17:12:00

I need some comfortable boots, I don't even care about the style too much. I'm fed up of having achy feet.budget £100 max ,but the cheaper the better. has anyone any suggestions please? I will have to buy online as no way of going shopping for a few weeks and my feet won't last that long.

phoolani Fri 06-Jan-17 17:21:56

Short? Long? Smart? Casual? I know you're not particularly bothered about style but I mean I just got these and they are heavenly comfy but probably not what you're after!

frazzled74 Fri 06-Jan-17 17:30:20

They look nice but not quite what I'm after, thanks for posting though . Short or calf length, to wear with jeans or dresses and thick tights, preferably black

Chewbecca Fri 06-Jan-17 17:33:12

My most comfy by far are ankle boots by Fly. The ones I have are not online any more but look like they have a similar sole. £65.

Fly sandals are my most comfy too - they are my go to brand for walking! I used to 'go to' Gabor but they are not as comfy as they used to be for me.

MrsMarigold Fri 06-Jan-17 17:54:14


sweetstemcauli Fri 06-Jan-17 17:55:07

I just tried on some nicely structured (1" heel) UGG slip on brown suede ankle boots in John Lewis' sale for about £75. They didn't have my size sadly but I was impressed.

RemusLupinsChristmasMovie Fri 06-Jan-17 17:58:18

Clarks are generally v comfortable. I just got these in black leather for £30 in the John Lewis sale and they are v comfortable.

MikeUniformMike Fri 06-Jan-17 18:02:55

My mum swears by Hotter.

Talisin Fri 06-Jan-17 18:21:36

Like Chewbecca I would say Fly London. These are my current and most favourite ones, sooo confortable.

user1483298839 Fri 06-Jan-17 19:38:08

I've got a few pairs of knee high Hush Puppies. I live in them! Comfy and stylish, can dress up or down with a pair of skinny jeans.

phoolani Fri 06-Jan-17 19:49:27

I'd second fly for comfort, tho I never quite like their styles. I've also got these and they're lovely and comfy too and I have to say dune shoes do tend to be comfortable as many of them have a noticeably cushioned inner sole.

Slowdownsally Fri 06-Jan-17 19:56:10

I love Merrell boots for comfort. They have a great outdoor range for walking and schlepping about. They don't really do smart tho. Agree with hotter and fly if you need something better suited for office environments. I have a pair of petrol coloured fly ankle boots and go everywhere in them. The only problem is they have smooth soles so not good in the countryside or on slippery pavements.

frazzled74 Fri 06-Jan-17 20:00:54

Thank you, it looks like fly are the way to go.

Bananajam Fri 06-Jan-17 20:11:47

I bought H by Hudson Tatham biker boots last week to replace my ancient pair I'd bought from White Stuff about 7 years ago. They're very comfortable, look smart, black leather with a very warm lining. I'd recommend them.

LaPampa Fri 06-Jan-17 20:40:06

Air & Grace footwear is amazing. Boots are usually more than your budget but they have some in the sale at the moment.

Dontsayyouloveme Fri 06-Jan-17 20:48:13

Another here for FLY boots. 8ive got the shorter version of these in olive green. My last pair lasted about five years!! Well worth the extra money!

Dontsayyouloveme Fri 06-Jan-17 20:49:54

These are the ones I have

SuzanneSays Fri 06-Jan-17 21:08:06

I just got these in the sale

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