The Fitflop Tall Mukluk boot was a game changer for me in terms of having warm feet in winter. I pretty much lived in my beloved pair all winter long for a couple of years – and never, ever had chilly feet. Then, they were discontinued – my old pair fell to pieces through so much wear and tear and it took me nearly forever to locate a new pair, which I eventually did and am wearing right now! It’s such a relief that they’ve brought them back this year, with a lace front this time, called the Fitflop Tall Mukluk Moc 2. My sister wears them, my mum wears them – we’re like a hot foot family! Being cold is an absolute fear – I am not good in the cold at all so the Fitflop boots are totally a blessing. When you are just sitting and writing, like I am a great deal of the time, you do get absolutely freezing, so as well as being the perfect thing for trudging round the park with the dogs on an early February morning, they’re also good for indoor wear. If it’s possible to actually love a boot, then this is as close as it gets! They’re not cheap at £195 but on a cost per wear, for me, these break down to a bargain and a bargain in which my feet stay toasty all winter at that! They’re HERE,
I’m massively a fan of Fitflop in general although I can’t say the ‘microwobbleboard’ technology excites me any more – they’re just so comfortable and that’ll do!
On a separate note, Fitflop are making a good 50% of profit donation for Breast Cancer with their limited edition pink Shuv shoes (£60) – I have Shuvs – they were my second ever pair of Fitflops but not in pink! They’re HERE if you’re tickled pink by them.
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