28 PIECES FOR 1 PERFECT BOOT
STORY OF THE WELLIES
Lightweight, neat-fitting and above all comfortable, it is now a symbol of British life and exudes practicality and protection.
Wellington boots are waterproof and are most often made from rubber or a synthetic equivalent. They are usually worn when walking on very wet or muddy ground, or to protect the wearer from industrial chemicals — and they are traditionally knee-height.
Green wellies are popular in Britain, while black wellies remain the favourite in Scandinavia and the USA. Wellies specifically made for cold weather, lined with warm insulating material, are especially popular in Northern Europe.