I have learned that cheap is not necessarily good & there are some things I won't compromise on - coffee being the main one, I refuse to buy cheap coffee believing that you really do get what you pay for.
Now 4 years ago we invested in good quality snow boots from Cotton Traders, my assistant & I wear them 5 days a week, 10 months a year & these proved to be comfortable, warm & completely waterproof. Even on the iciest of mornings these boots proved effective & has fantastic treads & I wore them in heavy snow when visiting Iceland. I think because we tend to be kneeling down a lot helping children in & out of wellies/shoes & rain gear, eventually both of our boots split across the top.
I went in search of them again but they had increased a lot in price so I decided to try a cheaper alternative - wrong idea!
|Pair 1 - not waterproof at all!|
|Pair 2 - the incredible sock eating boots!|
|Pair 3 - warm & comfortable with a good tread..|