Hubby, the gremlin and I love our National Trust membership. It’s fab getting out and about and going for a cheeky lunch at the cafe.
However me being me; I have zero decent equipment for going walking in not the best conditions. Mud, rain, snow! I’d be stuffed. Sometimes one needs to put function over fashion (now I really sound like a Mother).
When Trespass got in touch asking if I would like to review a product, I thought a member of their team must have been reading my mind.
I opted for a pair of walking boots. I opted for a pair of Women’s Leather Walking Boots, a grey pair with a green trim as I still like a bit of colour. They are currently retailing at £46.99.These boots are water resistant and have Tres-Tex technology which repels water. They are also made with a breathable fabric to maximise comfort. The soles are rubber and designed for grip and safety when out walking. I couldn’t wait to receive my order!
I wasn’t disappointed.
The boots looked brilliant. Really funky but yet functional and I didn’t think they looked bad with my ripped skinny jeans either.
We had planned a walk at our local National Trust place – Baddesley Clinton. The weather had been wet previously and I knew I needed some protection from the muddy puddles.
Hubby advised I put some other shoes in the car, just in case the boots proved uncomfortable. I actually didn’t listen but I didn’t have anything to worry about. We walked about for around an hour with the little one and my feet were really comfortable. The rubber sole did give me a solid feeling when walking over rocks or any even surfaces. I actually forget I was wearing new shoes to be honest, which is a brilliant feeling. They got a bit muddy but the boots were easy to clean.
I was extremely pleased with the Boots from Trespass. They were good value for money, functional and for a bit of a fashion lover, like myself, they looked pretty good.
If you are needing some decent boots, wellies, waterproofs, any outdoor clothes or footwear, why don’t you head on over and have a look? Definitely an excuse to get outdoors and get fitter too.