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skippy67 Mon 09-Jan-17 09:44:21

I suffer with chilblains and I need some warm boots. Mainly to wear casually with jeans. I like low heel ankle boots, especially Chelsea boots. My poor toes thank you in advance.

TheFairyCaravan Mon 09-Jan-17 09:58:47

Have a look at leather Uggs. I've got some biker style ones that are waterproof and sheepskin lined so are really warm.

skippy67 Mon 09-Jan-17 10:31:37

Thank you. Have just looked at those and I'm not keen. Would prefer something a bit less slouchy? Thanks for replying though.

WildCherryBlossom Mon 09-Jan-17 11:24:19

Timberland do Waterproof leather in various styles. I have a pair of reasonably smart brown boots (not their more well known workman type ones). Robust enough for every day / school runs in the rain etc but smart enough to wear with a dress.

Mamia15 Mon 09-Jan-17 11:31:36

ANother vote for Timberland boots as many of these are lined. I have a pair of the pull on ones which are brilliant for wearing with jeans and denim/cord skirts/dresses.

Branleuse Mon 09-Jan-17 11:34:48

what about those sheepskin lined doc martens

skippy67 Mon 09-Jan-17 16:18:10

Timberlands might be the way to go. Thank you. Mamia could you please link to the ones you have?

Mamia15 Mon 09-Jan-17 16:32:03

Couldn't find them on the main Timberland site but found these on Amazon:

Pull on boots

balkanscot Mon 09-Jan-17 16:48:39

What about Klara Winter Boots? I am thinking of getting them as my old Merrell Taigas are biting the dust as we speak.

They apparently also have a zip, so you don't have to faff around with lacing up and down.

SpringSpringSpring Mon 09-Jan-17 17:11:29

Lined docs sound amazing - are they comfy?

thanksamillion Mon 09-Jan-17 17:15:23

Not sure what styles are around now but I'm on my 4th year of wearing a pair of Geox boots which are totally waterproof and really warm. They were expensive but worth it.

mishmash1979 Mon 09-Jan-17 17:16:54

Timberland nellie are what I have just replaced my worn out leather uggs with. Feel like they will last longer than the 2 yrs my uggs did

OCSockOrphanage Mon 09-Jan-17 17:33:44

Love the Klara boots: I am tempted!

jelliedeel Mon 09-Jan-17 22:22:35

Have you seen Ugg Lavelles....too casual?

christinarossetti Mon 09-Jan-17 22:28:28

I invested in a pair of Blundstones this winter. Waterproof, warm and Chelsea boot looking.

neet252 Mon 09-Jan-17 22:38:27

I recommend Timberland also. Been wearing various boots of the same brand for a few years now. They are robust, keep you warm (especially the lined one), have longevity and look great! I'm a size 3, so I fall into the kids category with Timbs. A little limited with styles with this but still manage to find some that I like. I always buy them from Amazon. Much cheaper!

skippy67 Tue 10-Jan-17 07:43:26

Thanks all! Have ordered the ones in Mamia's link, and the Klaras. Will report back.

balkanscot Thu 12-Jan-17 15:46:42

skippy67 - how did you find Klaras? I had a a last minute attack of doubt (and empty wallet blush) so haven't purchased them yet.

skippy67 Fri 13-Jan-17 09:41:11

Didn't like them on my size 8 feet. Lovely lovely boots though.

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