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HAS ANYONE GOT THESE BOOTS

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Haix Tibet Forest boots are the dogs for digging in.Maybe a bit too stiff for general mooching about.

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Yeah i have a pair of magnums best boots i've ever had.

Thing is there must be different types as the ones on your link are not the same as mine.

The one's i have have a few differences main one being a steel instep for digging and a full height waterproof liner.

Still good boots but exspensive.

 

Regards FT

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They are useles when raining and you have to walk in the field, the "sympatex" just work 10 minutes, after that your feet are becoming very swampy. Light weight as they are, absolute not to wear when its freezing cold, your feets falling off when its 10 below.

I spend looads of money on boots and shoes like that, If I may advice you, buy a couple good combat's, grease them with good fat and use a hot hair-dryer to let the fat go into the leather, do this a couple time's when they are new. after that you only have to polish them with shoe shine!

Absolute waterproof, supple, and strong.

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Guest RobW71

I'm going to try a pair of the Cabelas trophy series. Whats 180 dollars in GBP?

 

Regards Rob

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Guest RobW71

I'll get another guy to order them, he makes up a decent order with his shooting buddies.

 

Regards Rob

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Guest JOEB

For summer time stuff I have a pair of musto boots (very comfy)

Winter.........Le Chameau wellies with full length zip and neoprene and for rough stuff, those high leg hunter boots.............all seem excellent.

Horses for courses chaps.

JOEB

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For summer time stuff I have a pair of musto boots (very comfy)

Winter.........Le Chameau wellies with full length zip and neoprene and for rough stuff, those high leg hunter boots.............all seem excellent.

Horses for courses chaps.

JOEB

 

wow "Le Chameau" :icon_eek: you mean the leather one's? very expencive mate, nothing for digging with!

the neoprene's are absolute top.

An other expencive but very good boot? Meindl, also very durable and great to wear, waterproof, comfortable and warm.

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I find with my Le Chameau wellies they're too warm, we don't seem to get cold enough weather down here to get max potential out of them.

Comfortable and very durable though(for how much I like wearing wellingtons).

 

Regards Rob

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Guest JOEB

No, not the leather ones just rubber............the Hunters and Musto are a leather boot.

JOEB

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