Earlier in the year I was lucky enough to win a pair of Hotter shoes. I was absolutely thrilled when I got the confirmation email as I had had my eye on a pair of their boots since the moment I first discovered them at the Blogon blogging conference. Unfortunately it wasn’t the boots that I won but a pair of their gravity trainers, which I decided to gift to my nana. Hotter shoes are more on the expensive side so I thought I would get my nana to help review them for anyone thinking of investing in a pair.
What are Hotter Shoes?
If you haven’t already heard of Hotter Shoes then they are a Great British shoe designing company with an online service as well as stores across the country. They focus on creating shoes with both comfort and style in mind, which is so important for foot health and fashion. They also cater for both wide and narrow feet making it easier than ever to find your perfect pair for every occasion. Hotter Shoes are brilliant for people who normally find shoe shopping difficult for various reasons, or who suffer with pains in their feet. Hotter shoes have such a good selection of shoes available from boots to trainers and everything in between and have earnt themselves such a fantastic repetition for their contribution to comfortable footwear.
The pair I won are from the Gravity range and came in the rose gold colour, perfect for the summer months that are heading our way.
What are the Gravity Hotter Shoes?
The Gravity shoes are designed to feel as light as air with perforated uppers made from shiny metallic leather. As comfort is just as important as fashion to Hotter, they have added in a padded collar, tongue and cushioned insole to make sure that your feet are happy and you are free to enjoy long walks in the sunshine without fear of aching feet or bothersome blisters. There is also a slightly higher heel height of 1 and 1/4 inches which is great for people who suffer from sole or heel pain as it offers a little more support than the average active footwear.
Hotter Shoes Review
Both my nana and I really like the rose gold metallic look, they go with pretty much every outfit and look great with jeans. As soon as my nana put them on she commented on how comfortable they were and has said that t hey are now the comfiest shoes she has ever had. She also noticed the inclined heal without me telling her and thinks that it is down to this that her feel ache less than they normally do when she wears her other trainers.
Overall my nan is super pleased with her gravity hotter shoes and although we won this pair she does think thet are definitely worth the price.
If rose gold isn’t for you then don’t worry as you can choose from a selection of other colours including, blue river, pebble grey, spice or white and all the shoes in the Gravity range are priced at a very reasonable £75.
Hotter shoes have also introduced a new Hotter Shoe gravity II range now that look just as good but do not have the perforated top so may be better suited for the winter months.
Have a look through the Hotter Shoes online catalogue and let me know your favourites.