AD | I was sent a pair of Chase Hotter Shoes for the purpose of this review all words and opinions are my own
Review Chase Shoes from Hotter:If you are a regular reader of Mudpie Fridays then you will know I am a big fan of Hotter shoes. Having been lucky enough to review a couple of pairs over the last couple of years, I have brought many myself as well. One such purchase was a pair of dark trainers which I live in, they are my go to when I have to run around after the boys. When I have to walk around London for work and for long country walks. However they are practically black. So they aren’t great for the warmer months and as we transition from Summer into Autumn I would much prefer something that would match my wardrobe. So when Hotter got in contact and asked if I would like to review a pair of their Chase Shoes of course I said yes.
The Chase Shoe is a casual looking trainer available in a choice of leather or nubuck. I opted for the leather in dark rose metallic. Its one of my favourite colours anyway, but when they arrived I was surprised by just how dark they were. Initially I was unsure but they have really grown on me since they go with so much. The white laces and white sole really lift the colour.
Fastened with laces but also with a side zip it means that I can slip them on and off easily. Valuable when the three year old has decided to run off in the opposite direction. They are just as comfy as all the other Hotter shoes I have. I think this is because there is soft cushioning around the ankle and underfoot. Plus they come in half sizes which really makes a difference for me. We have some exciting travels planned for the end of the Summer and into the Autumn and I just know they will be coming everywhere with us. I have already had several comments about where I got them and how pretty they are.
The Chase Shoe comes in a choice of five colours, dark pewter, navy, forest green, scarlet and dark rose. Available in sizes 3 to 9 with an RRP £79
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