Belfast Telegraph

Monday 24 November 2014

The 10 Best wellies

1. Le Chameau Jameson Fourrée, £285, Outofthecity.co.uk Has there ever been a finer (or pricier) pair of wellies? Trimmed with faux fur with a leather and Gore-Tex outer, they also come with a boot bag.
2. Wedge Welly Freedom Flex, £29.99, thewellyshop.com For the committed muso, there's a 2.5-inch wedge to lift you above the tall bloke standing in front at Florence and The Machine.
3. Rampant Sporting Collinson Wellies, £39, Rampantsporting.com With the brand's signature stripes, these wellies have a rub-reducing lining and come with a free poncho.
4. Joules Navy Spot Welly, £36.95, Joules.com As winter approaches, Joules' wellies come into their own with the best resistance to cold in their price range – and they're so pretty.
5. JuJu Glow, £23.99, newlook.com These day-glo JuJu wellies have a patent finish and are so bright you can spot the wearer from the other end of any muddy field.
5. JuJu Glow, £23.99, newlook.com These day-glo JuJu wellies have a patent finish and are so bright you can spot the wearer from the other end of any muddy field.
7. Hunter Balmoral Equestrian, £115, Hunter-boot.com Constructed from heavy-duty rubber, the Hunters can withstand the worst of English weather and have a neoprene lining for insulation.
8. Barbour Town & Country, £59.95, Wellywarehouse.co.uk Very Paddington Bear – which is no bad thing, right? They have a cotton lining, and calf strap to prevent water creeping in.
9. Sebago Dorset High, £199.99, Sebago.com Expensive but with some extra-special features such as a fleece lining to keep toes warm in the snow, and laces to bring them in tight to the leg.
10. Le Chameau Vierzon, £125, Kurtgeiger.com Le Chameau hand-crafts its boots in France using natural rubber, and the long-lasting leather lining will mould to the shape of your foot.

From the finest fur-lined wellingtons to a pair that’ll give you height at festivals, these boots were made for, well, splashing.

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