How to Keep Warm in Wellies: Our Top Tips


We have rounded up a few tips on how to keep warm in wellies this winter.

On cold winter days it could not be more crucial to keep warm in wellies. Little toes turning to ice blocks out and about only leads to cries of ‘when are we going home?’ and ‘will you carry me’.

Keep Warm in Wellies

With the endeavour to stop the cold toe cycle, here are our tips for how to keep warm in wellies:

1) Layers

Firstly, layers are the key. It means that it is best to have wellies that are slightly large rather than a bit too small. Make sure your children are wearing normal socks and then merino children’s welly socks that keep in the warmth and wick away any moisture. This is particularly good as little feet that get hot and sweaty and then cold and damp can be even colder.

2) Type of wellies

The next question is which kids wellies to choose. We have two types of wellies that are unlined and ideal if you do not have too many cold days per year. Our super sturdy classic wellies in navy, red or green which last and last or our lovely printed rubber wellies with supportive heels and grippy soles will be ideal for your little adventurers.

3) Winter-ready wellies

If you live further North where winter means winter, we have two choices for children’s wellies. A Muddy Puddles classic are our puddleflex wellies with faux fur lining and lace tie around the top. These are completely brilliant for winter walks and keep feet really warm, particularly if they are worn with our super warm children’s ski socks.

The other option that is sure to keep feet warm are our bestselling children’s snowboots. We’ve fitted them with removable thermal lining to make sure they protect your children’s feet from freezing temperatures. There is no need to worry about tying laces as the boots have an elasticated drawstring that works brilliantly to secure the snow boots and off you go on outdoor adventures.