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#16 Bunnyblatter

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Posted 17 January 2016 - 04:28 pm

I got a pair of whychwood from go outdoors and they're still going strong
Very comfy and quiet to walk in too

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Posted 17 January 2016 - 09:23 pm

The only problem with them neroprene Welles is they don't last great if your standing round for long times in minus temps or down the shore freezing your knackers off but they all go at the seams and the heels if your doing serious walkingfar warmer with boots and the last longer

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Posted 05 March 2016 - 10:25 pm

I like to use my for fishing as they are good for storing heat but I much prefer boots when it comes to walking

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Posted 06 March 2016 - 07:47 am

Ive pair of le chams wellies, had them for about 5 seasons now, only downfall is zip broke of 1 but i woud highly recommend them great wellies

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Posted 14 April 2016 - 02:11 pm

I bought some of these a year ago

https://www.bucklerboots.com/images/prod...

 

but from a shop in Halifax, they were £80. Sheeesh, not paid that much for wellies before. They lasted 8 months before they leaked but I think they may have been pig nibbled.

I am using carrier bag liners until I can amass enough rubber solution for a permanent repair

 

The good thing about steel toecaps is that (like weebles) they stay upright.

 

I mended my wellies using Wilkinsons Contact Adhesive 

Took 3 days for the glue to fully dry but I have been ankle deep in water and none has got through.

Thank goodness I can stop using carrier bag liners, it was getting expensive.



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Posted 14 April 2016 - 04:02 pm

 

I bought some of these a year ago

https://www.bucklerboots.com/images/prod...

 

but from a shop in Halifax, they were £80. Sheeesh, not paid that much for wellies before. They lasted 8 months before they leaked but I think they may have been pig nibbled.

I am using carrier bag liners until I can amass enough rubber solution for a permanent repair

 

The good thing about steel toecaps is that (like weebles) they stay upright.

 

I mended my wellies using Wilkinsons Contact Adhesive 

Took 3 days for the glue to fully dry but I have been ankle deep in water and none has got through.

Thank goodness I can stop using carrier bag liners, it was getting expensive.

 

I have a pair of these for work they lasted a month untill they split behind the steel toe cap i tried all sorts to patch them up, was alawys damp on the inside i used to hang them out the window on the motorway to try and air them out. I wouldnt have a pair given, dunlop puorofort are a lot better Wellington 




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