Ordered these a few weeks back after hearing about the Warm Welly Company one Saturday morning on BBC Radio 4 Farming programme. Boots were delivered promptly. Today is the first day I have worn them in earnest as I had to tramp into town in the sleet and snow. They live up to the reputation as they are certainly warm to wear. They are lightweight, good fit, true size, very comfortable for at least a couple of hours steady walking, a good height (something that some manufacturers skimp on) and, praise be, are roomy around the calf and knee to ensure the boots are easy to pull on and off. The sole is robust and grips well on paved surfaces but have not used them in the countryside yet. At the price they represent excellent value for money and the quality is comparable to more expensive brands. Any suggestions - well I am an urban "black welly" person so if you did them in black with red piping around the top of the boot and a red or reflective "warm wellies" logo behind the knee I'd buy another pair!