A few weeks ago I was sent a gorgeous pair of Tara boots from Canterbury Sheepskin to review. You probably all know about my obsession with footwear, especially if you have been reading my recent posts so I was totally over the moon to be asked to review these! The boots were my first choice from their website because they look great and will just go with about every single one of my outfits but seriously I could have ordered another 5 pairs 😉
I was super excited when my boots arrived… they fit like gloves! I was a bit worried about the fit because I have size 9 wide feet and I was worried that I might have got the UK to New Zealand size conversion wrong, but I followed the simple sizing instructions on their website and got it absolutely spot on!
The boots are gorgeous, totally totally gorgeous! I have not taken them off my feet since they arrived… they are so warm and cosy I just LOVE them! When they are off my feet I can usually find them on my toddlers because he loves the feel of them too 😉
What the website says…
Adding a twist to the classic short boot our Tara boot has a wooden toggle with strong leather closure. This classic style can be cuffed to expose its cosy twinface sheepskin.
- Women’s sheepskin fashion low boot
- Genuine sheepskin upper with 15-17mm wool pile
- Hard wearing EVA (Ethyl Vinyl Acetate) sole with wave tread design for extra grip and stability
- Suede leather heel guard
- Wooden toggle feature on outside legs
- Heat set and shaped heel stiffener
Available in: Chestnut and Smoke
You can buy these boots for £114.35 but you will have to pay a customs charge to have them delivered which was £20.04 for my delivery but I still think £134.39 is very reasonable for these boots and I am seriously considering getting the chestnut ones as well and a pair of their gorgeous slippers, oh and how can I resist buying these…!!!!
Overall the shopping experience with Canterbury Sheepskin was brilliant and I cannot recommend them or their boots highly enough!
You may also be interested in this giveaway for a pair of Canterbury Sheepskin slippers 😉