Tuesday, 5 February 2013

JellyEgg Website Review

Jellyegg are a great little website that sell a wide variety of footwear, be it ladies, mens or childrens. With a top range of Brands you love and know there is something for everyone on their website.  

When I was browsing the Jellyegg website I noticed they have a great section for Havaianas flip flops and other well known brands like The Muck Boot Company and Crocs. 

Now I must admit I never used to be a fan of Crocs but did you know they do a lovely range of leather wedge sandals, as I didn't?!
Red leather Croc wedges

This Crocs-A-Leigh leather wedge has a Croslite footbed to gently massage your feet and an adjustable heel strap to fit you perfectly. The are also very stylish too.

For the purpose of this post JellyEgg sent me the Crocs Patricia sandals below to review. Now as soon as I tried these sandals on I thought they would be great sandals for a holiday where lots of walking is involved. They have a slight heel and a lovely and soft insole with tiny massaging nubs across the footbed to stimulate blood flow. I think they could be worn in the day or night so would be very versatile.
Crocs Patricia Navy Sandals

If you are looking for other types of shoes they also have a range including work shoes, slippers and boots.

I thought they had a lovely range of good quality Wellington boots. 

The pink Crocs Bubblegum boots were also in the sale at a good price, and the mens Wellingtons looked sturdy and hard wearing too.

Ladies pink Crocs Bubblegum boots

JellyEgg pride themselves on their friendly and helpful expert advice, so if you need to know anything about the items they sell you can always ring them on 01834 860797. They are also on Facebook and Twitter if you have any questions about their products.

So when you are looking for some new footwear, why don't you check out www.jellyegg.com and order from a wide range of products online in the comfort of your home. 

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