Have you heard of the UK based business Hotter Shoes? Well, neither did I until they contacted me about their US launch. Hotter shoes specialize in comfort and they recently launched a limited edition shoe to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee. So, I went to Hotter.com and checked out what they have and picked a pair to try myself. I have to say I was impressed at the selection and sizes available. First, I personally always associated comfort with ugly – not true at Hotter.com. They have styles available for everyone. It was hard for me to pick just one shoe. I finally decided on the Livia Sandal. I do alot of walking over the Summer months with my boys. I knew I could put these shoes to the test. Here is what I thought:
My first thought was, “Wow, these look comfortable!” I was excited to see how stylish the shoe looked in person. It’s light and soft, but with a firm support. The leather is also soft and unlined. I loved how the shoe looked and felt. It’s first mission would be to spend the day at the dinosaur park with the boys in the heat! How did my feet hold up?
Great! It was like walking on air. Not only did my feat not hurt, but they kept their cool and were able to breathe in this sandal. At the end of the day I wasn’t dying to take them off, now that’s saying something about comfort. I think every mom should own a pair of comfortable shoes. It’s worth buying a quality shoe such as this one that’s going to give your body a break and last. I honestly never thought about it till I wore this shoe and was able to outlast the kids. Plus it’s cute and doesn’t scream comfort!
My mom has to order special shoes and I told here about Hotter.com. She asked me if you could remove the insoles because she has inserts to put in her shoes. Well, yes you can! You can also order a wide range of sizes and widths. Take some time and check them out today.
About Hotter Shoes:
One in every three pairs of all shoes made in the UK are manufactured in Hotter’s Lancashire factory – the company is forecast to make nearly 1.5 million pairs of shoes this year, making it the biggest shoe maker in the UK. The company was set up in 1959, introducing the Hotter brand in the 1990s with the aim of creating “the world’s most comfortable footwear, continuously delighting customers”. Hotter has 25 stores, and sells its shoes direct to customers through its mail order catalogue and at www.hotter.com