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Top 10 Wellies you need in your life!

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Wellington boots are probably the most used form of footwear in the United Kingdom. With rain as the most common weather type, the Wellington boot keeps feet dry and warm when walking the dogs or working the farm. Whether you are a festival goer or a farmer, a sturdy and reliable pair of wellies should be your number one shoe.

Before you splash the cash on a new pair of posh galoshes, make sure you consult our guide to the best boots on the market.

1. Norris Field Wellington Boots: £90, Hunter

Hunter Wellies

Fusing the unique design style of the iconic Original Tall boot with new developments, the Norris Field boot is made for sustained use on varied terrain. Made from a new soft rubber compound, the design is strong and flexible, while the durable sole has a wide zigzag construction for high traction Buy Now

2. Storm Stopper: £119.99, Ariat

Ariat Boots

The Stormstopper combines all the comfort and support you would get from an Ariat country boot, with ATS® technology and a Duratread™ outsole combined with the waterproof vulcanised rubber outer of a wellie. The result is a versatile boot suitable for a range of outdoor activities! Buy Now

3. Moor Wellington: £89, Chatham

Chatham100% waterproof heavy duty welly, lined with neoprene and featuring full zip entry and textile buckle fastening, on a shock absorbing sole. Available in dark green Buy Now

4. Navy Stripe Welly Print: £39.85, Joules

Joules

From nautical stripes and detailed florals, to scenes that sing of our country heritage. Whether you’re heading to a festival or a farmyard Joules new printed wellies will make sure you stand out from the crowd Buy Now

 5. Galway Slimfit Country Boot: £329, Dubarry

DubarryThe classic Dubarry waterproof leather, country boots are the essential footwear for women who enjoy country walks, hiking and the outdoor country lifestyle. These quality leather boots can be worn with colourful Dubarry boot socks for warmth and comfort in cold weather. The Dubarry Galway boot is a wardrobe essential for country style Buy Now

6. Aigle Parcours: £115, Aigle

Aigle

Handmade in France by highly skilled rubber wranglers, these top-spec wellies have damping cushions in the heels that'll put a bog-hopping spring in your step. The super-supple uppers make wearing them a joy. Like pulling on luxurious waterproof slippers.
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7.Tall Gloss Samba Boots: £44.99, Rockfish

Rockfish

Sure to cut a dash among the fashionable flowerbeds of Chelsea, Hampton and Kew, these award winning, split-resistant wellies are equally at home tackling robust agricultural duties. Hand-made from high-performance rubber, they’ve got style and substance. 
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8. Rutland Neoprene Lined Boots: £79.99, Town & Country

Town and country

At 4mm thick, the neoprene lining covers the whole of the inside of the boot including the insole area, making them supremely comfortable. A brand new concertina-style gusset on the inside gives the boots the best adjustable fit. Contoured design and steel shank. 
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9. Vierzonord Neoprene Boot: £170.00, La Chameau

La Chameau

Handcrafted from natural rubber with a 3mm neoprene lining for comfort in cold weather. Built around a woman's aluminium last and featuring an adjustable waterproof gusset with snap-fastening buckle to ensure comfortable fit around the calf and leg. Shock absorbing dual-density Grip outsole prevents fatigue resists abrasion and is suitable for all terrains.
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10. Quatro Sport Insulated Wellies: £99.00, Skellerup

Skellerup

Here’s a superior, reinforced workboot from Skellerup, the go-to boot-maker for hardy Kiwi hill farmers. Made from cut-resistant rubber with a super-grippy, clog-resistant sole, these battle-ready foot frigates make your feet feel invincible Buy Now

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