Guide to buying a lovely pair of wellies

4994282725_95b2fc1d3f_oImage by Meagan Tintari

If you enjoy walks in the countryside or plan on going to a festival soon but don’t want to get stuck in the mud, then buying a pair of wellington boots makes perfect sense. What’s more, this functional type of footwear can actually be quite stylish and very comfortable too.

But what should you be looking for when it comes to purchasing a pair? Well, here is a quick buying guide featuring everything you need to know.


Owing to the fact that wellies are normally worn in adverse weather conditions and have to trek over rugged terrain, they need withstand a fair bit of abuse. Therefore, quality should be one of your biggest considerations. You can’t go wrong with a pair of Hunter wellies, which have long been regarded as the best wellington boots available to buy.


Because wellies do not have any laces, getting the right size is crucial. If you have the option of trying on a pair of wellies before buying, make sure they don’t pinch or slip while walking. You might also want to try them on with a thick pair of socks, as you will more than likely be wearing these in wet weather.


Wellies can be incredibly versatile, but a lot depends on the lining. Consider choosing a jersey wellington boot for summer use, as they feature a breathable and stretchy mesh lining. For the cold winter months, opt for either a neoprene, faux fur or leather lining.


Most people think that wellington boots are only available in green and that they aren’t that flattering to wear. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth, as a number of different styles are on offer. From bright and bold colours or more neutral shades to boots featuring distinctive patterns and design details, the possibilities are somewhat endless.

With this buying guide to wellington boots, you should be able to find the perfect pair, which are of a high quality, fit correctly, feel good and look amazing.

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