Extreme Cold Winter Boots – The Original Muck Boot Company
Over the last month, I have been asked a few times over social media about the boots I wear and often appearing in my Instagram feed. I shared them over in a post ‘Our adventures to the South Coast of Cornwall‘, however, I thought I would share with you again, for those who want to get the info about these fab boots and where to buy them
My mid length boots are from The Original Muck Boot Company. The Arctic Sport Mid boot are stylish and functional mid boots, made with the ‘adventurous woman’ in mind and are perfect for everyday wear and outdoor activities.
The Arctic Sport Mid boot are perfect for dog walking; these multi-purpose boots are available in a classic black, and the sole is made from a non-slip rubber providing optimal traction and stability.
These durable mid boots are just perfect for walking through the woods, fields and I am often seen wearing them on the school run and to my local farm shop. The Arctic Sport Mid boot winter boot is the perfect calf height Wellington.
With a cosy, fleece lined, neoprene bootie for added warmth they are ideal for extreme winter weather conditions. The binding keeps the boots snug to your legs to keep cold air out and warm air in, even in damp and freezing conditions. For those extra muddy or frozen days, the out-sole is rugged, durable and offers ultimate protection with a reinforced toe and double reinforcements on the instep, heel and Achilles area.
I highly recommend these boots to anyone who prefers a boot that can deal with extreme conditions as well as daily outdoor living. The Original Muck Boot Company have a huge range in the Arctic collection, so do view online to see the full collection, there really is something for everyone, from full length wellies, to Apres slip-on boots.
For more information or to buy, visit The Original Muck Boot Company.
Please Note: I have not been paid for this post, although I received a pair of Arctic Sport Mid boots in exchange for writing an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.