Sales of wellies have soared in the last few months and if, like many, you are bewildered by the choice and the price tags on display - ranging from £10 for a basic boot to upwards of £300 for a designer brand, we have some good news for you. You don’t need to spend a fortune to get a decent quality, good looking pair that will see you through the wet weather.
In a recent tried and tested review undertaken by the Daily Mail, Town & Country’s Premium Wellington – at just £45.99 – were rated on a par with Hunter (£95) and Le Chameau (£340) – with all three scoring an impressive 7/10.
Town & Country’s high quality, British designed boots are hand crafted from natural rubber and designed with style and comfort in mind. They have a contoured leg and side-fastening buckle to give an extra snug fit, and a soft lining which makes for the ultimate in comfort. A high grip tread pattern will ensure feet remain firmly on the ground. They are available in three colours - dark green in sizes 4-11(37-45); navy in sizes 3-12 (36-46) and raspberry in sizes 3-8 (36-42). The full range of Town & Country footwear can be seen at www.townandco.com