A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to a Hotter Shoes event to check out their new season shoes and to learn more about their company. It is nice to know that they produce their own shoes in the UK! In fact, they are the UK’s biggest shoe manufacturer and make a pair of shoes every 20 seconds. They started off making slippers and then expanded to make shoes as comfortable as slippers.
I am no stranger to Hotter shoes. I have been wearing them since I was introduced to them two years ago. I have not looked back ever since. Their shoes are very lightweight and comfortable. Best of all, their shoes come in sizes 3-9, with half sizes and wide fit to help you find the perfect fit.
Looking around the store, I was spoilt for choice with all the beautifully coloured and patterned shoes. Their colour choices are very trendy and vibrant. I had a type of shoe in mind though. I always drive my children to school and we do a lot of walking. So I needed a pair of good covered walking shoes that give me support and with a trendy look. So I went for the Dew shoes.
These Dew shoes are lightweight and soft to touch. The supple uppers are complemented by a cushioned leather insole, padded collar and soles filled with millions of tiny air bubbles that help to take the pressure off your feet. It comes with standard, wide fit and size EEE in every colour. It comes in four different colours: Tango Red, Dark Stone, Cobalt Blue and Black. I went for Tango Red! I love red colours and the style goes well with my usual school run casual attire.
It is lightweight and comes with a removable cushioned insole for extra comfort. The deep toe box shape gives me extra wiggle room. I love the look of the leather materials and they are comfortable to walk in. I would definitely recommend them to anyone. Their shoes are comfortable and trendy. Best of all, they are good value for money. It is a great investment for your feet!
If you would like to buy online but not sure which shoe size to go for, then click this link to their fitting guide.
Disclosure: I was invited to the event and received the sample for the purposes of writing this review, however all thoughts and opinions remain our own.