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New boots for autumn and winter from Hotter Shoes

November 22, 2014


Hotter Shoes have changed how I feel about myself. I have feet which are wide across the toes and narrow at the heel and could never find shoes that fitted well, were comfortable to wear and looked presentable. But then I discovered Hotter Shoes. The 5.5 extra wide shoes fit perfectly, and are so comfy that they are almost like slippers, but more supportive. But the thing that is really surprising is how stylish they are. I have several pairs of the Valetta shoes, which are absolutely gorgeous.

Lots of pairs of shoes by other brands have been taken to the charity shop now that I have realised how comfortable shoes can be! I wear Hotter Shoes for work, weekends and social get togethers. They’re great for minibreaks, because the shoes are very light so you can pack a pair without making your bag horribly heavy. It is also good to know they are made in the UK.

Looking at the autumn range, I am particularly impressed by the Moonstone boots (RRP £89). They are beautiful to look at and make my feet seem dainty and elegant. I think they are the most comfortable boots I have ever put on. I tried them on in a Hotter Store and did not want to take them off. So when I won a pair of these boots through a blogger competition, I was absolutely thrilled. They look lovely with dresses and skirts as well as with my favourite jeans.


I’ve just treated myself to a pair of lovely Summit boots as well (RRP £115). These are lightweight Gore-Tex® walking boots, perfect for local walks. They are the most comfortable walking boots I have ever worn. And I love the red stitching detail.

Disclosure: I received a pair of Moonstone boots as a prize in a blogger competition. Some of the text in this blog post is adapted from text written as my competition entry, and was previously featured on the Hotter website. All words, photographs and opinions expressed are my own.

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