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14 welly boots for camping trips

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It might be April but that won’t stop the rain in the UK, so a pair of comfortable welly boots is still pretty much an essential part of your camping wardrobe at this time of year

Ideal for walking the dog, traipsing to and from the campsite’s shower block or, thanks to some rather trendy and comfortable options, exploring the local sights on a wet and dreary day, here are a selection of wellington boots to keep your feet warm and dry this spring...

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Cotswold Coleford Wellington

Cotswold Coleford Wellington

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Made from fully waterproof 3mm neoprene for excellent warmth and comfort with an easy-to-clean overlay, the Coleford has a reinforced toe and heel, a lightweight sole, plus a handy pull-on loop to help you pull them on and off.

Available in sizes 6-12.

Price: £46.99

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The Original Muck Boot Company Edgewater Classic Ankle Boot

The Original Muck Boot Company Edgewater Classic Ankle Boot

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Looking for a 100% waterproof boot that’ll be suitable for everything from fishing and camping to off-road sports? The new Edgewater Classic ankle boot from The Original Muck Boot Company is like a supercharged welly boot, with a 5mm neoprene base layered with air mesh for improved airflow, plus Nzyme treatment for odour control.

The hardwearing waffle outsole provides great grip on all types of terrain, while the Achilles reinforcement give you extra support where you need it most, and the reflective pull tab at the back makes them easy to pull on and off.

This unisex version is available in sizes 4-14.

Price: £130

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Cotswold Wenworth Wellingtons

Cotswold Wenworth Wellingtons

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With a fully waterproof rubber upper and a contrasted neoprene gusset, these eye-catching purple women’s wellies have a flexible, cleated traction tread that allows for more freedom of movement.

They also have a cushioned insole and handy rubber heel kick, available in sizes 3-8.

Price: £79.99

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Ariat Kelmarsh Mid Rubber Boot

Ariat Kelmarsh Mid Rubber Boot

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We love a pair of fashionable welly boots here at OutAndAboutLive, and we’re big fans of this new mid-calf rubber women’s boot from Ariat – ideal for keeping feet dry and comfy during April showers.

Available in a variety of classic country colours and a special limited edition pattern, they’re the perfect addition to your shoe rack for spring camping trips. The pull-on durable boot is fully waterproof and features a removable cushioned insole, a flexible Duratread sole which supports the heel and arch while allowing your foot to comfortably flex, an easy-off heel kick ledge and adjustable nylon strap closure.

Available in sizes 3-8.5.

Price: £100

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Cotswold Kenwood Wellingtons

Cotswold Kenwood Wellingtons

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Said to be the perfect welly for all weather conditions, the Kenwood from Cotswold has a lightweight sole with a reinforced toe and heel. Featuring fully waterproof neoprene and a heavily cleated sole for grip and durability, they also have a pull-on loop and easy-to-clean overlay. Available in sizes 7-12.

Price: £59.99

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Merry People Bobbi Wellingtons

Merry People Bobbi Wellingtons

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The good folks at Merry People have taken the humble welly boot and given it a bit of a fashionable makeover.

Perfect for splashing in muddy puddles (if that’s your kind of thing), these short-rise boots have a natural rubber outer and comfy 4mm neoprene lining. They’re also made using certified vegan glue so they’re a 100% vegan, cruelty-free and eco-friendly alternative to many other plastic rain boots on the market.

You can pick the boots up in sizes 3-10 and in a whole rainbow of colours.

Price: £79.95

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Regatta X Orla Kiely Hi Welly

Regatta X Orla Kiely Hi Welly

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Made from hard-wearing rubber, these high-length women’s wellies have an EVA comfort footbed and natural lining.

Tech-wise, these are your standard pair of welly boots but it’s the design that really catches your eye. Created with retro print brand, Orla Kiely, these wellies are available in four stand-out designs, including Daisy Black Seagrass, Seagrass Passionflower (pictured above), Passion Flower Fuscia Orange and Parsley Satsuma Navy – and yes, they’re all as bright and colourful as they sound!

They’re available in sizes 3-8.

Price: £85 (currently £59.45 in the Regatta sale)

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Regatta Harper Cosy Ankle Wellies

Regatta Harper Cosy Ankle Wellies

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Complete with a faux fur lining for a bit of extra warmth, these ankle-height waterproof wellies are durable in all weathers thanks to their vulcanised natural rubber construction. They have a multi-directional cleated sole for underfoot stability and an EVA footbed that’ll keep your feet comfortable, too.

They’re available in a range of patterns and colours (pictured here in Cabernet Dot) and in sizes 3-8.

Price: £50 (currently £34.95 in the Regatta sale)

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Regatta Kids’ Mudplay Animal Wellies

Regatta Kids’ Mudplay Animal Wellies

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Regatta Kids’ Mudplay Animal Wellies

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Kids just can’t resist a muddy puddle, and why should they?! We’re rather partial, too, but don’t tell anyone!

But these fun wellies will keep little feet dry, providing complete weather protection with a gaiter drawcord top to keep splashes out. They’re available in a range of fun animal-inspired designs, in sizes 4 (infant) to 3 (junior). We just wish Regatta made them in adult sizes!

Price: £50 (currently £34.95 in the Regatta sale)

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Barbour Mallow Wellingtons

Barbour Mallow Wellingtons

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Wellies, but make it fashion. The classic welly boot from Barbour has had a modern Chelsea-style twist, featuring the brand’s signature branding and an elasticated side gusset. Easy to chuck on and take off when walking the dog or traipsing around the campsite, it’d be a shame to get these ones muddy, though they are completely weatherproof.

The Mallow is available in two colourways – Olive/Mist (pictured) and Navy/Pink Punch, in sizes 3-8.

Price: £49.95

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Barbour Tempest Wellington Boots

Barbour Tempest Wellington Boots

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Said to offer ‘superb comfort for long days outdoors’, the Tempest from Barbour has a fully adjustable leg and neoprene lining. They’re available in Olive or Black, in men’s and women’s versions, in sizes 3-12.

Price: £99.95

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Aigle Men’s Cessac Wellington Boots

Aigle Men’s Cessac Wellington Boots

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Established in 1853, French company, Aigle, knows a thing or two about making boots, and each pair is handmade by the company’s master bootmakers.

Durable and waterproof, yet lightweight and flexible, the Cessac is a mid-height boot hand-crafted from natural rubber, with a quick-drying Softex lining, a self-cleaning grippy outsole for trickier terrains and a shock-absorbing sole for all-day comfort.

Available in sizes 7-11.

Price: £70

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Dunlop Blizzard Winter Boot

Dunlop Blizzard Winter Boot

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Now we’re seriously hoping we’ll avoid any more blizzards until winter, but let’s face it, in true British-weather style, you just don’t know...

Featuring a tough, fully waterproof outer and a thick fleece lining and padded collar with drawstring tie, these boots are protective and insulating, while multi-directional lugs on the robust outsole give plenty of grip on wet and dry surfaces.

These unisex boots should see you through every season – no matter the weather – and are available in sizes 4-12.

Price: £45

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