Bring on the power of the Paisley flower!
Channel your bohemian vibe in these paisley design women’s boots. Whether you are a ’60’s rocker with a penchant for the paisley print look, or want a modern on-trend look with this true vintage design, you can’t go wrong with these cowboy boots. When you wear your Paisley Vibes you will be walking on air (and in water!).
Often spotted: On the touchline of rugby pitches up and down the country
Last seen: Wild swimming in the Highlands of Scotland
Why you NEED a pair:
Super comfortable, with a soft gel reinforced 3cm heel (read some reviews!)
Beautifully cut close to the leg for a flattering look
Made from sustainably sourced high-quality biodegradable rubber
You will look and feel great in them
You won't find them anywhere else
You will receive lots of lovely compliments when wearing them
You won't regret it, but you might if you don't get them!
"These are inspired and make you feel glamorous even on a muddy walk"
Sized in European sizes from 36 to 41. We are out of stock in size 41, with no more due in. New designs in larger sizes will be in around the beginning of October.
We strongly advise you to go up a full welly boot size as they are a snug fit. Please refer to our size guide.
Don't panic, if you do happen to choose the wrong size, we do offer FREE returns on one pair.
It’s always good to have room for a decent sock in there.
I wear regular cowboy boots all the time abs wanted some for rainy days. These were perfect. As advised I bought the next size you and they fitted perfectly
Great boots, vibrant colors ! I love them
Fantastic service and fast delivery.
Absolutely love them, so comfy too and everyone thinks they are ACE.
Lovely boots I went up a size as advised by most people but didn't need to but now have room for thick socks so not a problem.
Great festival boots and good change to boring wellies when walking the dogs.
Another lovely pair of boots, wore them to work yesterday to be greeted by friends with cries of"WHERE did you get those fantastic boots?" Naturally I told them so perhaps a few more pairs will be seen here in Northernmost Scotland.