I have been a fan of Hotter Shoes ever since I was first introduced to them back in 2014 and, with the exception of my hiking boots, every pair of shoes I own is now from Hotter.
If you don’t know the story, Hotter starting out making slippers but have since moved into the mass shoe market promising to make shoes as comfortable as slippers and believe me, they really are!
Hotter Shoes can be found online, but I really recommend that you pop into one of their branches as they are so beautifully decorated that you almost feel like you are trying on shoes in the comfort of your own home and the staff could not be more helpful.
I was lucky enough to be sent their new Sandringham Boot to review.
Their new quilted knee-high boot boasts a flattering and leg-lengthening silhouette with subtle nods to the autumn’s biggest fashion trends of Western boots.
Like all Hotter boots and shoes, they are designed with comfort in mind and have clever stretch inserts to the rear and extra flex to the inside zip, which moulds to your natural leg shape for gentle yet accommodating support that’s unique to you.
I wore my boots everyday during our holiday to Iceland and they were so comfortable, despite walking miles. The boots have a hardwearing, cleated sole which gave me plenty of grip, even on some wet and icy pathways.
As the boots are made with Suede, I recommend that you spray them with a protector spray before you first wear them to stop them getting damaged by any wet weather and to make them easy to clean.
Hotter Sandringham Boots are available in four colours: Tan, Chocolate, Black and Maroon and have overtaken my Belle Boots as my go-to pair of boots for daily wear and I have had lots of lovely comments whilst wearing them.
Hotter Sandringham boots have an RRP of £129, but Hotter currently have a Black Friday event running, offering 25% off all shoes and boots, taking them down to £96.75!!
Have you tried Hotter Shoes yet?