Last week I took the train to Guildford to have a lovely evening with the team from Hotter, drinking wine, eating nibbles and learning more about the beautiful shoes that Hotter produce.
I had no idea that Hotter had been around for more than 50 years and in that time had produced classic design shoes that are still in production now, with new styles being made each year. The shoes are made to last and my favourite part of the event was finding out that the main body of the shoe was fused with the sole – meaning that they won’t come apart. I’ve lost count of the amount of shoes and boots of mine that have broken like that.
At the end of the event I was able to take away a pair of boots to review and I chose the Danville ones. I need black boots – I don’t own any – but they came in a choice of colours. They were beautiful and would go with any outfit.
I couldn’t wait to get them on the day after the event and they literally haven’t left my feet since. They’re great for the school run, a trip to the shops or dressed up in the evening for a night out.
But, the main thing about my new Hotter boots is that they are so comfortable. The soles are made to really cushion your feet and even the heel is cushioned with extra support to really make your feet happy – even when you’ve been walking around all day.
I had no idea boots could be so comfortable and now that I have a pair of Hotter boots I doubt I’ll look anywhere else in the future. If you haven’t tried Hotter footwear yet you really need to – and there are so many stores around the UK now, but they also have a fantastic website too.
Hotter are so nice that they have given me a discount code to share too! You can use code PQBTPD
at checkout to get £10 off plus FREE delivery on your first order (This is valid on full priced items in the Hotter range (excluding shoe care products). This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer or on Sale or Factory Clearance items and gift vouchers. Expires 29/1/17)
The Danville boots have an RRP of £89.00
Disclosure: I was invited to choose a pair of shoes to review however all opinions are my own.