Review: Joules Molly Wellies from Cloggs

I have been looking for wellies for ages. Actually, that’s a bit of a lie. Over the last five years I’ve had a couple of pairs of wellies but they have never fitted very well. You see, the bottom half of my legs – and the top half too – are quite chunky and so traditional wellies just don’t fit. So when Cloggs got in touch I was quite excited about getting some new wellies to review.

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You see, Cloggs sell all the big name brands of footwear all under one roof. It’s not just womens footwear either – but mens and childrens too so you can kit out the whole family on the one website. I love saving time like that. So when Cloggs asked if we’d like to review for them I came across the Joules Molly Wellies and knew that they would finally fill that welly shaped gap in my life.

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The Joules Molly Wellies are such a statement of the Joules brand. They come in a beautiful Joules box, beautifully packaged, and are available in such a lovely range of patterns – I chose the typical navy stripe as I have a bit of a blue and white stripe obsession – as well as a couple of stripe Joules tops too!

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The wellies are a really good fit and the calf length style makes them wide fitting and perfect for me. They also have a buckle fastening on the side where you can adjust the fit slightly. The Joules Molly Wellies look just like traditional wellies – not overly short and still amazingly practical and they have fitted seamlessly into my life.

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I’ve found the Joules Molly Wellies easy to clean, easy to put on and take off and really comfortable to wear. I am now thinking of any excuse to wear them as much as possible!

The Joules Molly Wellies have an RRP of £34.95

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Disclosure: We were sent the above wellies for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

10 thoughts on “Review: Joules Molly Wellies from Cloggs

  1. I’ve been tempted by the Joules wellies for a while and these are lovely & sound perfect for my chunky legs!
    Ruth x

  2. My calves are huge. The only boots I can have are from Duo (or Ted and Muffy as they’re now known) which are by calf width and the only wellies with neoprene I found that fit my calves (plus jeans) are chunky ugly men’s boots. Unfortunately I have a tendency to get mud all up my legs so need longer boots otherwise these ones would be an option. What I really need is someone to make custom fit boots – I’d definitely pay for those given how long mine last me. I was hoping that losing weight might shift a bit on my calf size (my ankles aren’t really chunky although the left one does have a tendency to swell up if I stand too much, after a DVT a few years ago), but I don’t think they’re going to go down another inch. Shame.

    I do love the stripy wellies. Very nautical.
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