Light Wellingtons

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Wellingtons under 2kg - good for travelling and for mail order as well as being vegan like most wellingtons. They are also made in Portugal - a democratic welfare state. The wholesaler doesn't stock size 40 or 45, preferring to sell in slightly fewer approximate english sizes.

£10.00

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Description of vegan shoe boot or belt

Average height across the sizes is 23cm. The sole tread very deep under the heel, which will pick-up a lot of mud but also provides a little cushioning while you walk and insulation against cold. These are in the "slip on" category, but you know how wellingtons work: there's nothing like a lace or elastic; you just shove your foot in, and if they rub you wear thicker layers of socks or add an insole.

Recycling is probably hard because plastic and fabric are melted-together.
 
The brand is a 19th and 20th century UK company that closed after the currency-hikes of the 1980s and onwards, but Havea in The Netherlands bought the brand for wellies made in Europe and own Planeta Plasticos who do the moulding. Other Dunlop trademarked goods are now made for Sports Direct in Vietnam.

Wellington Boots - light-weight - made in Portugal - showing the sole

Shoe sizes, vegan materials & more...

Gender, fit Unisex vegan shoes boots, vegan boots, belts sandals & slippers
Soft mid-sole none
Size system EU sizes without 40 and 45; also labelled as the nearest English sizes
Toe Cap Stiff toe puff between the upper and lining, designed to keep the toe shape
Fastening Slip-on with stretchy elastic sides
Vegan Shoe Material Moulded plastic upper and sole. Vegan of course.
Washing Hand wash with soap and warm water. Soaking is OK. Machine .wash at your own risk because of the weight
Drying towel-dry the inside toe area and leave in a warm or windy place for several hours
Compostable no - but some Veganline.com shoes last a long time
Colour Black or charcoal grey - buckles may differ
Packaging Improvised recycled box or padded bag with an inkjet label printed from tanks of ink, possibly on the back of scrap paper