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Comfort All
The Way
I thought I would let you know that I stepped in a few puddles on the Athabasca Glacier in Canada this Summer in my Ramble shoes and my feet were kept warm and completely dry. I also walked up to 7,500 feet in the Rocky Mountains in the same shoes and was in comfort all the way. So well done team!

Tricia McIlroy, Surrey
Walking On Air
We spent 6 hours at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. An attendant told us it meant walking 20 miles to see all the exhibits on the 3 floors. We gave it a good go. That day I chose my Etna shoes because I knew they would be comfortable throughout our visit and look good too, I was walking on air.

In the evening we strolled along the canal and dined al fresco with me wearing
Shimmy in Gold Dust which is what my Hotter shoes are to me.

Mrs D Mackay, Blackpool, Lancashire
American
Adventures
I have been all over Arizona, Texas, Illinois, New Mexico and too many other states to list here in my lovely Lagoon coloured Nirvana shoes. They have been completely amazing in comfort and support for walking, shopping, and sightseeing! They were fantastic for the Grand Canyon, sightseeing in
Sedona where we went apple picking with my son and family and walking in Dallas. I have completely enjoyed my vacations everywhere and so have my feet!

Everywhere I go I get asked where I got my cute shoes! I reply, from the UK!

Ellen Martin, Arizona, USA
Trekking with Llamas
One of my favourite walks in my Hotter shoes was llama trekking at Robin Hood bay, beautiful countryside with sea views. We had great weather and the llamas carried our picnic!
 
The llamas were very entertaining company but some were easier to walk than others.

Some like Pedro wanted to stop and munch all the time and little Luis, the baby, who was supposed to be learning to walk
One of my favourite walks in my Hotter shoes was llama trekking at Robin Hood bay, beautiful countryside with sea views. We had great weather and the llamas carried our picnic!

Dianne Butler, Manchester
Time For Tea
We took a trip to my sister's Little England Tea Rooms in Vollen in Norway, she only opened a few weeks ago, so it was fun to see her new business taking off.

We walked quite a bit around the area and my new Hotter Shoes felt just like comfy slippers! I'm so glad I wore them, as they were very comfy for hiking up hills!

Breta Bevis, Lincolnshire