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Best Boots With No Budget....

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I've had Lowa's for 3 seasons, and I think they're a good pair of boots. Just bought a pair of Altberg Warriors in brown, my mate is in the Para's and reckons they're the best boots as it's what they use and they're in them everyday doing miles. So I'll be starting with them next season.

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This is them, anyone else had them?

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Yes I wear Altberg Warrior Aqua in black :thumbs:

Waterproof lined, Extra lightweight Patrol Boot with Cushion/Shock Absorbing Sole :yes:

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pro logic camo fishing boots warm waterproof wear them all time when out in the field n that had roughly 2 years still doing good

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I've had Crispi Stegg boot's for 2 year's and love them. They need new insoles now and have had a few pairs of laces but the leather is still great. The vibram soles have worn a little due to road work . I use built up insoles in shoe's and wellies but these boot's don't need them . Very comfortable from new , grip better than anything else i've worn hunting which might be because of the tread pattern . One boot did start squeeking when i walked which apparently was to do with the Vibram sole not the boot , they wouldn't replace as I'd had them over 12 mths , sound has gone since . Would I get another pair . . . absolutely yes.

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I wear gamekeeper high moor I'm sure they called the best boot i had to date and I've had most the better makes. Was in altberg the other day to get some new wax and laces and got a real good look at the new stark extreme anti scratch boots just the same as gamekeeper but anti scratch obviously lol ill deffo be trying themnext

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There the ones im thinking about trying they look as tough as bulls nuts. Just aslong as there flexable and dont end up spliting

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