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winnie01 Wed 20-Aug-08 21:37:52

where can i get some that are just above ankle don't really want ons up 2 knee?

Heated Wed 20-Aug-08 21:43:08

Hunter wellies here

everlong Wed 20-Aug-08 21:59:34

Seasalt have some in the sale at the moment.

I have the blue flowery ones, they are fab. Not ankle height sort of mid calf, but great for summer rain. They fit like hunter's too.

GentleOtter Wed 20-Aug-08 22:02:53

Toast have a funky laced up pair.

winnie01 Wed 20-Aug-08 22:18:10

everlong - r they tight fitting? i have fat legs?

everlong Wed 20-Aug-08 22:33:17

Erm not too tight, sort of snugish and comfy.

OllieWollieWoo Thu 21-Aug-08 07:57:06

These are new on the Joules website from their Autumn/Winter range and come in variety of colours (I like the stripey ones!)

Is that the sort of thing you mean???

winnie01 Thu 21-Aug-08 11:38:54

OllieWollieWoo - thanks

WilyWombat Thu 21-Aug-08 11:42:29

I bought some of the ankle length wellies once but tbh they had all the hideous uglyness of wellies and none of the practicality. I ended up sending them to the charity shop.

winnie01 Thu 21-Aug-08 12:04:38

WilyWombat - would you recommend below the knee ones ?

WilyWombat Thu 21-Aug-08 16:48:07

Sorry only just noticed your question. Ive never tried them but I would imagine the mid calf ones are probably going to be more practical. Really the ankle length ones did nothing that a pair of good walking boots wouldnt.

If they are mid calf you can still tuck your trousers in if its really wet but you dont have that clompyness grin that you get with full length wellies

anniemac Fri 22-Aug-08 00:54:01

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ThatBigGermanPrison Fri 22-Aug-08 00:56:21

You want some of those cheap crocalike type wellies. I have a pair and they really are fantastic, they are so light, warm, waterproof, very comfortable, and they were less than a fiver!

Heated Fri 22-Aug-08 14:06:47

I ordered the blue Seasalt ones on Wed, arrived today and are fab smile

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