Woodlore Review – Le Chameau Chasseurnord Wellington Boots

Here at Woodlore HQ, we asked the members of our full-time team to pick their favourite courses and kit from our range, to find out just what it is that makes them so good.

Here at Woodlore HQ, we asked the members of our full-time team to pick their favourite courses and kit from our range, to find out just what it is that makes them so good.

Team member Diana Taylor picked her Le Chameau Chasseurnord Wellington Boots:

Diana Taylor and her Le Chameau Chasseurnord Wellington Boots

Di putting her Le Chameau boots and Bergans Down Light Jacket to the test at the stables with Hugo

I have never been a fan of wellington boots, even with my background of spending time with horses and dog walking. I have always found them to be uncomfortable, cold, and sweaty around the legs. So I was slightly sceptical about the Le Chameau Wellingtons when they arrived; could they really be worth the money? Are welly’s not just welly’s?

When I first tried the boots on my scepticism paled into insignificance – they fitted really well, they were not uncomfortable in the slightest and they looked great. I have worn my Le Chameau Wellingtons on many occasions now; in the snow, wet and mud, on long walks, at the yard and at horse trials, and I am very happy with them.  You do not get the ill-fitting slap on the back of the calf as you walk, your feet are not like blocks of ice and no blisters at the end of a long day.  The zips down the side are fantastic for ventilation and the boots are very hard wearing.

I don’t think I would ever buy a different brand of wellingtons in the future.

– Diana Taylor

Le Chameau Chasseurnord Wellington Boots

Le Chameau Chasseurnord Wellington Boots

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