I m not a fan of Winter, it’s far too cold for my liking… however, I am a fan of Winter boots for at least helping my brave the weather in style! With so many colours, styles, lengths and more to choose from, the possibilities are endless, though I am all about comfort these days and Hotter Boots are definitely my chosen footwear to survive the season!
Hotter Sandringham Boots
I am a huge fan of knee high boots, they my go-to footwear choice in Winter – not only are they comfy to wear, but also help to keep your legs a tad warmer, especially when on the school run! Pair up with skinny jeans, skirts and more, knee length boots are very versatile when trying to achieve a certain look!
I was kindly send a pair of the Sandringham knee length boots from Hotter recently and I have hardly taken them off since! With an RRP of £129.99, the boots are now currently priced at £99 which I find very reasonable for the quality of the boots and their longevity. There is also currently a Hotter Shoes Sale on the site with an extra 20% off footwear site wide, so if you are looking for new boots for Winter, it is will worth a look!
The quilted style of the boots and the buckle give a nod to the Western trend that is a must have look this season, but are they comfy?
Ridiculously so! Is it wrong to state the boots fit like a glove? Hotter Shoes certainly never compromise on comfort and the Sandringham boots are no exception! This is my third pair of shoes and boots from the Hotter range and my most favourite pair so far! The Sandringham boots come in a range of colours, but I always find myself opting for tan boots as jeans are a staple in my wardrobe and I like the colour combination.
Not only can you purchase the boots in half sizes, alongside normal or wide fit which is very handy, but the stretch inserts at the back of the boots and the extra flex added to the inside zip help to mould to your natural leg shape, offering even more comfort – but room if you choose to wear with jeans. The heel height is 1.5 inches, so not enough to wobble along when you walk, however does help to add a little height when wearing.
I am all for shoes and boots that have a gripe worthy sole, seeing me skid on ice is not pretty! As you can see from the image above, the Sandringham boots have a very durable, hardwearing rubber grip sole which offers great reassurance when having to navigate ice on footpaths. Despite the look of the sole, the boots are actually really lightweight and are effortless to walk in – I can certainly see them walking for miles and still feeling as comfortable as when you initially put them on!
This is how I shall be rocking the Winter months – with a warm coat and a comfy pair of Hotter boots!
All Hotter footwear is made in the UK, Lancashire to be precise, the best county! Their customer service is fantastic, whether you shop in store (you can find your nearest Hotter store here) or you choose to buy shoes online from the Hotter website. If you haven’t yey added any Hotter shoes to your collection, definitely pop into your local store, the staff are super friendly and your feet will be measured correctly.
Disclosure: I was very kindly gifted a pair of the Sandringham Boots from Hotter for the purpose of this review.