It has been a couple of years since I have been to a Hotter shoes event and it was great to catch up with the team and say hello to some other blogger friends at an event in their Derby store recently.

The Hotter brand has got bigger and better with ranges in Classic, Trend,  Active, Men’s, Casuals and Originals as well as accessories such as bags, purses, scarfs and shoe care products.

Now I am working as a teacher and on my feet all day, whilst still wanting to look good, comfort is key so Hotter are just the most perfect answer to all my dreams!


Hotter started off making slippers. back in 1959, and perfected the art of comfort with polyurethane soles that are lightweight because essentially they are full of air bubbles. They are still in fact making their Dew shoe, which has been one of their styles from the very beginning, and is now available in 13 different colours!

Durable, supportive and hard wearing are they key features of the Hotter shoe. Styles are available in half sizes, wide fittings and all have the pyramid technology and wiggle room to ensure comfort is a key priority.

They are now the largest shoe manufacturer in the UK and also have a presence in the United States of America and are moving into Europe. What a brilliant success story considering their humble beginnings in Lancashire!?

I was spoilt for choice with the range of shoes and boots on offer.

Which would you choose?

Luckily I can offer you my lovely readers £10 off plus FREE delivery (for first orders only) with the code: PQBTPD to treat yourself to a new pair of shoes or boots for the winter.

T&C’s: You are entitled to £10 off the total order value of any full priced items in the Hotter range (excluding shoe care products) plus FREE delivery.  This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer or on Sale or Factory Clearance items and gift vouchers. Expires 29/1/17


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One Response to Getting winter ready @hottershoes

  1. Ness says:

    I really like the look of Hotter shoes but I have AA fitting feet so I don’t think they would be suitable for me. I love the colour and style of those Mary Janes.

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