Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

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Match Aerial
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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Match Aerial » Thu Dec 22, 2016 5:52 pm

You can buy heated socks Firebird and just wear your wellies
Google heated socks all sorts of stuff available

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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Snape » Thu Dec 22, 2016 6:35 pm

How about army extreme cold weather boots? Not too expensive.
http://www.hanger39.co.uk/proddetail.ph ... 015&cat=63
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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Sussex Micky » Sun Jan 22, 2017 9:05 am

Has to be "muck boots" my feet have never felt cold wearing them..at about £80 ..well invested money for the winter angler!

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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Penninelad » Sun Jan 22, 2017 9:21 am

Sealskins socks will your feet nice and dry and warm in both leather walking type boots and Wellington boots.Not cheap at £25 but I have had two pairs that I have been using for nearly 10 years.
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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Mötti » Sat Mar 10, 2018 8:37 pm

I use since years Fliegerpelz. This boots are very traditional, has been made long time ago for the pilots of the double deckers. Today they made it for hunters. One firm who made it is located in the south of Germany what's not to far away for a swiss.
http://reck-schuhe.de/jagdstiefel/flieg ... iefel-8621

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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Crucian » Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:03 am

Those boots look superb Motti.

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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Penninelad » Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:16 pm

Motto
Can you buy these in the UK? I could not make sense of website as there did not appear to be a translation.
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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Mötti » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:39 pm

Yes, this firm has no english translation for the webiste. I did not found any information about shipping. I get it in 2011 from the fabric store, maybe they don't send it to end customers. I've send them a message right now and asked for you regarding shipping to GB.

I saw that this shop http://www.jagdschuhe.de/Zwiegenaehte-J ... Pilot.html do it. But the price looks a bit high for me. I paid 265 Euro seven years ago.

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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Mötti » Mon Mar 12, 2018 10:54 am

Okay Pennineled, I've received the answer from Mrs. Helga Reck. She's not sure regarding shipping costs and taxes and she has written that there is only one reseller (the one in the link I have pasted) for this boots. Maybe she would send you a pair. If you are interested please send her a message directly. There is contact form on the Reck firm website.

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Re: Recommendations sought for some really warm boots for winter

Post by Olly » Mon Mar 12, 2018 8:58 pm

Penninelad you can translate anything - almost - by using a translator on your computer. I use one quite a lot!

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