If there’s one thing we always need in Britain, it’s a good pair of wellington boots. Through dog walks, farm work, and festivals, the welly boot keeps our feet dry and (hopefully) warm. In a country where rain is often the main weather forecast, it’s important that we always have a good and reliable pair of wellies to hand. Plus, if we want to look a little snazzy, then it is always worth going for a slightly posher, pricier welly.
What to Look For
When looking for a reliable pair of boots, you will want something that is sturdy, hardwearing, and unlikely to tear quickly. A Wellington boot that fits well and keeps feet warm is a definite plus. When looking for the best posh wellies, you should be viewing those that have a sleek design and sophisticated feel to them. Boots without pizazz are not worth it. Here is a guide to the best posh wellies you can buy for men and women.
From the extravagant to those that are a little subtler and sleek, there is a boot here that suits your needs perfectly.
Dubarry – Style and Comfort in Leather
Aigle – Short and Warm for Work
If you are looking for a posh pair of wellies, then there are a number you can choose from. If you need something on the slightly lower end of the price scale, then brands like Joules and Hunter offer excellent quality boots at very affordable prices. The same goes for Aigle and Barbour, who also have excellent quality footwear without the hefty price tag. Generally, these boots are also very durable and sure to last you a long time.
However, if you want something a little more luxurious and expensive then it might be worth giving brands such as Le Chameau and Dubarry a try. While they are certainly on the higher price scale, the boots will last you decades and provide an unrivalled comfort unlike any other piece of footwear. Not only this but they have a posh look that is sure to scream sophistication wherever you go. Suitable for walking, work, and casual occasions, they really are the perfect boot.
Have any thoughts on the boots we have talked about today? Or do you have suggestions of you own that you’d like to add? Leave a comment below with your thoughts; we’d love to hear from you!