Jan Greene who lives in Bolton, loves to walk her three dogs around the fields and at Leverhulme Park, but at this time of year it can be difficult because of the weather and ground conditions. However with the help of her Grub’s Frostline Boots, Jan now has no problems at all.
Cold feet are one of the issues that Jan has struggled with ever since suffering from a heart attack and walking has always been an issue, where her feet are always extremely cold despite layering with socks.
Even with the fields currently being very wet and boggy, Jan tried the Frostline Boots and it was the first time her feet didn’t suffer from the cold and were warm, because of the 5.0 Technology™ which allows comfort and insulation below -10⁰C to +30⁰C.
The Nitrocell™ footbed also has millions of microscopic nitrogen bubbles that insulate the wearers’ feet from cold surfaces.
Said Jan: “The boots were so comfy and I didn’t feel like I was being sucked down in to the mud like before with previous boots, I could walk with ease across the boggy fields.
“Walking up and down the slippery hills there was also no issue as I didn’t slip or fall over thanks to the sole having excellent grip. I really would recommend these boots!”