Favourite Boots

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Paul D
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Re: Favourite Boots

Post by Paul D » Thu Nov 01, 2018 7:06 am

Blimey! you've had your money's worth out of them Paul :Ok:
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Re: Favourite Boots

Post by Penrhos » Mon Nov 12, 2018 2:49 pm

Neoprene muck boots for me usually, but my favourite has to be a pair of Cheaney 'veldtschoen' boots - the kind of thing that there were considered 'proper' walking / outdoor boots many years ago. Very tough leather and quite waterproof within reason but nevertheless the most comfortable boots I have had.

They polish up nicely too just in case you need to go straight from the riverbank to the office for any reason.

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Re: Favourite Boots

Post by Harry » Mon Nov 12, 2018 3:02 pm

I had a pair of Hi-Gear Walking boots from Go-Outdoors and I must say that they were incredibly comfortable, waterproof and very good all round... right up till the sole started falling off one of them after about 2 years... but I suppose £50 doesn't go far these days where boots are concerned :tea:
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Re: Favourite Boots

Post by Match Aerial » Mon Nov 12, 2018 7:06 pm

Just a cheap pair of Dunlop wellies.
And a pair of crocs in the summer.

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