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To find Hotter Shoes stockists, customers can visit Hotter's store locator page at http://www.
Colours are key to the Hotter collection, with on-trend shades like Peacock, Cherryberry, Aubergine, Kingfisher and Grape Juice, making our shoes stand out from the rest," he added.
The shoe brand has also just launched its new Hotter Active Concept collection.
Lisa McCarten from Hotter, said: "Shoes really can change your life: they have an impact on the health of your feet, can influence how you feel and play a significant part in how much you enjoy your day.
Owner of 20 pairs of Hotter shoes, teacher Susan Robinson from Leeds, stars in the TV advert and loves the comfort features she feels every time she wears them.
Hotter has been nominated by its local MP to be part of the Made by Britain campaign.
It's not only office workers looking for comfortable heels and smart flats who will find Hotter shoes an essential addition to their work wardrobe," continued Paul.
com, in their local store or by calling 0800 525 893 and requesting a Hotter catalogue.
As part of efforts to help keep today's 'on-the-go' society on their feet, the experts at Hotter shoes have combined their in-depth knowledge of footwear design and manufacture with foot health advice to reveal top secrets to make happy feet, including:
Paul Sayers, the Range Director, said: "We've been creating comfortable footwear for over fifty years, and over one million happy customers enjoy the feeling of comfort that we carefully design into every pair of Hotter shoes.
Designers at Hotter Comfort Concept, the UK's biggest shoemaker, have been working hard to inject style, colour and the ultimate comfort into every pair of women's shoes and sandals in its range.
Peeling sprouts in heels is out for 2010 - with 88% of women refusing to get through December 25 without the comfort of slippers, furry boots or trainers according to the survey commissioned by comfy shoe specialist Hotter Shoes, looking at the festive footwear habits of 2,000 women.