Town & Country Garden Wear

Flooding, puddles, boggy ground – whatever you find yourself trudging through, footwear stalwarts, Town & Country, has the perfect solution, from traditional wellies, to fleece-lined ankle boots and even Cloggies for ease of slipping on when popping out to the bins or to let the dog out.

 

 

Original Wellington Boot
These classic Wellington boots have a cushioned sole for extra comfort and reinforced seams for added strength and durability. 

The Bradgate Wellington Boot
With a cushioned insole, and lined for comfort, these short fit natural rubber Wellington boots offer a hint of luxury to your gardening! A steel shank provides added support, with the contoured design and reinforced seams providing additional strength. 

The Charnwood
These plastic rubber shell boots protect toes and keep feet dry. A Thermolite® lining keeps feet warm, and the fleecy cushioned insoles are odour resistant and hypoallergenic. These practical and stylish boots are suitable for a wide variety of activities, from gardening to walking. 

The Bosworth Wellington Boot
Traditional length boots with a cushioned insole for extra comfort. Made from natural rubber, and with an adjustable strap for a secure fit, the boots have a contoured design and reinforced seams for strength and a steel shank for added support. T

The Rutland Wellington Boot
These neoprene-lined boots are a cut above the rest. At 4mm thick, the neoprene lining covers the whole inside of the boot including the insole area, making them supremely comfortable. The neoprene makes the boots warm and cosy in the winter, and breathable and cool in the summer. A new concertina style gusset on the inside also gives the boots the best adjustable fit the company has ever produced. The style also has a contoured design with a textured surface and a steel shank for strength in the sole. 

Town & Country also offer a wide range of gloves to suit every task in the garden and even for little helpers too with their range to fit children.

 

Published January 31st, 2018 by Jo. Article ref 4664

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