Autumn is a wonderful time for walking. The air is crisp, the leaves are crunchy beneath your feet and the British countryside comes alive with a kaleidoscope of colours. Weather wise however, it can be an unpredictable season with it warm and sunny one day and cold and wet the next. Thankfully, Cosyfeet has a range of footwear and socks to ensure you’re properly dressed for every eventuality.
Perfect for tackling the cold and rain, our 100% waterproof footwear for men and women is also breathable and windproof to ensure your feet stay warm and dry, however bad the weather. Choose from Moose and Minnie for women or Stanley and Livingstone for men.
Give cold, wet weather the boot with Moose
We’ve also got some stylish boots that are perfect for strolling on milder days. Joanna is a fashionable, leather boot with lots of room for swollen feet while Julia has a stretchy front that’s ideal for fitting bunions or problem toes. For men, we have Alex, a soft, leather boot with lots of support or Patrick which is specially designed to fit very swollen feet.
Julia has a lot of stretch for bunions and problem toes
Wearing the right sock is equally important for foot comfort. Our Active Wool Seam-free Sock is perfect for walking and is great for wearing with boots. As well as being stretchy and cushioning, it’s also breathable, anti-bacterial, odour resistant and great at absorbing moisture to keep feet fresh and dry.
Cosyfeet's Active Wool Seam-free Socks are great for walking
If you need something more lightweight that will fit into shoes, you could try our Wool-rich Softhold® Seam-free Sock. It’s warm without being bulky and it’s ideal for sensitive feet thanks to the smooth, seam-free toe and the Softhold® top that won’t cut in. If you really want to give your feet a treat, you can’t go wrong with our Cape Mohair Medi-Lightweight Sock. It’s luxuriously soft and comfy thanks to a gorgeous blend of fine-knit bamboo and silky mohair.
If you need some extra support, why not take a look at our walking collection which includes hiking poles, rollators and walking sticks.
Posted in Cosyfeet Blog
By Daisy Nicholson-Lailey