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Hoggs of Fife Braemar Wellington Boot

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The Hoggs of Fife Braemar wellington boot is a classic rubber wellie that's great for any country pursuit. Made from top quality, 100% natural rubber, this wellington boot is comfortable, flexible and stylish. With contoured ankle and calf, adjustable strap and slip resistant profiled rubber sole, the Hoggs Braemar will be comfortable all day. Plus it has a removable, washable cotton insole. Great for farmers, fisherman, dog walkers, shooters and hunters.

Key features at a glance:

  • Top quality 100% rubber
  • Adjustable side strap
  • Contoured ankle and calf for a comfortable fit
  • Kick off heel spur for easy removal
  • Removable and washable cotton insole

Size: 4-12

Width: 42cm circumference (size 8)

Colour: Olive or Navy



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7 Reviews

  • 5
    Great value

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Nov 2020

    Flexible and therefore comfortable with useful details such as the spur at the back to ease getting them off.

  • 5
    Hoggs Braemar Wellington boots

    Posted by NCD on 17th Oct 2019

    I purchased boots for myself and my daughter and we both felt they were very comfortable with good grip and enough room for socks in winter

  • 5
    Great boots!

    Posted by Janet Morgan on 10th Oct 2017

    Was looking for a comfortable, hard wearing pair of boots and based on online recommendations bought the Hoggs of Fife Braemar. Must say I’m delighted by them, they’re lightweight but very cosy with a comfortable insole and are just what I need for long walks with my dog!

  • 5
    Comfotable, durable and good value

    Posted by Kathy on 26th Sep 2016

    My last pair of Hoggs Wellies recently gave up the ghost after more than 10 years of fairly heavy duty wear. I walk a lot in them both for work and leisure, so they have to be comfortable and durable, but also light weight enough. Before opting for Hoggs again, I tried a similar pair from another manufacturer that were twice the price, only to find that after about half a mile they felt like lead weights.

    Also, a big thank you to Cherry Tree Country Clothing for getting the boots to me in Aberdeenshire by Tuesday lunchtime after I placed the order on Sunday evening - I was urgently needing them for a work trip that day after the other brand of boots failed to perform. Very impressed!

  • 5
    Great Wellies

    Posted by Margaret Ingham on 13th Jan 2016

    I always buy Hoggs wellies. I wear my wellies most of the time looking after horses - they have a thick cushioned sole, are really comfy to wear, and last a long time, my last pair lasted 14 months, which is really good considering what they go through

  • 5
    Quality for a great price.

    Posted by Jaye on 2nd Nov 2015

    Good quality wellies that wear comfortably on long walks in the countryside. Their overall build and rubber quality should make them last for years.
    Well worth the investment. Recommended!

  • 5
    Great comfort, durability and value

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Mar 2015

    This is the third pair of these boots I have had, and as ever they are great for comfort, durability and value. In due course I'm sure I'll have a fourth pair, and so on....

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