Town and Country Wellington Boots

Fine Quality Traditional Wellington Boots by Town and Country

Town and Country Wellington boots offer a high quality, down to earth boot, perfect for all types of uses, whether it's walking the dog or working in the garden. Many of the Town and Country welly boots come with various safety features too, including steel reinforced soles and non-slip grips. All of these boots have the simple yet classic Wellington boot style. Town & Country boots offer good value for money. These are functional boots, made for work, although they do come in a nice range of colours. We have picked out our choice of the Town and Country wellies below.

Our Choice - Town and Country Wellies

About Town and Country Wellington Boots

Town and Country are well known for making fine quality gardening and work wear, but all with a stylish look and in a wide choice of designs. They are especially well know for their quality gardening gloves, but have since expanded their range to include, of course, various wellies, and also numerous gardeners' accessories. So as you can probably see from the background, their products are aimed squarely at the gardener, and so are the Town and Country Wellington boots. Most of the boots in their welly range come with an adjustable strap at the top, with a gusset near the calf. This makes the boots very easy to remove (loosen the strap) and also comfortable and secure to wear. As mentioned above, many of the Town and Country wellies come with a steel rod in the sole, which reinforces the boot, making the supportive and stable to wear. And better still, many of the boots have a very high grip tread, to make sure you won't slip.

Town & Country and Barbour

There's a bit of confusion over the naming of brands and models when it comes to Town and Country. The term, after all, can be quite general in meaning - something for both city and country dwellers perhaps.

Barbour make a range of Wellington boots (see the Barbour wellies here) that they have called "Town and Country". These are sold as a model of boot under the Barbour brand name and shouldn't be confused with the boots sold under the Town & Country brand above.