SKELMERSDALE, England, Oct. 14 Hotter Comfort Concept, women’s shoe specialist, has launched what it believes to be the ultimate on-trend sheepskin boot collection, designed with a raft of comfort features to give them a comfy edge in a busy marketplace.
“Sheepskin boots have become a popular seasonal trend and although there are many that are comfy and warm, unless they have been made with a specific eye to the design detail they can lack support, rub the back of heels and be quite slippy in wet or cold weather,” commented product design director Paul Sayers. “Our design team has worked hard on this range to make sure that our customers can keep up to date with the demands of fashion but also enjoy a pain-free, comfy alternative.”
Hotter’s new women’s sheepskin boots which are called Davos, Klosters and Zermatt include all of the British shoe makers renowned ‘comfort concept’ design features including smooth internal seams to prevent rubbing, removable insoles to keep feet fresh and natural breathable uppers. Perhaps most importantly for wearers, Hotter’s boots have light weight, yet robust, shock absorbing polyurethane soles which give added grip and a heel area which is carefully designed and constructed to maximise support when walking.
The premium sheepskin uppers in this new range of women’s boots are designed to ensure that cold feet are a thing of the past, whilst the roomy space around front part of the boot gives important space for toes to move and flex. A stylish colour palette of seasonal shades includes natural Rust, Moss and Black which are complimented by on-trend Loganberry in calf length boot Davos which can be worn rolled down or pulled up for maximum warmth.
Every pair of Hotter’s sheepskin boots comes with a free weatherproof protector to ensure winter walks in the crisp white snow will be warm, dry and comfortable.
About Hotter Comfort Concept:
Hotter Comfort Concept, which was established in 1959, manufactures 1.3 million pairs of men’s and women’s footwear, including wide-fitting shoes, boots, slipper and sandals for women and comfortable men’s shoes each year – making it the UK’s largest shoe manufacturer. Based in Lancashire, this UK firm sells its shoe via direct mail through its on-site 100 seater call centre, ten high street stores and 200 independent retailers. For the last two years Hotter Comfort Concept has been named as one of the top 100 private investment backed companies in the UK by The Sunday Times.