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fishing republic are folding and selling a lot of gear off might be worth a look for wellies

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There are a few versions of the Dunlop Purofort Welly i believe.

The one's i highly recommend are the one's in my link on page 1 of this thread.

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20 hours ago, Rabid said:

How warm are they ?

 

i have a pair of muck boots, Arctic sport, lovely and comfortable, warm as toast, now 3 year old and I wear them 7 days a week on the farm (average15k steps a day) and between the farm work I wear them out onsite, only downside to them is grip

Iv never had cold feet in mine mate, an few guys I know who have em have no complaints whatsoever, I ain’t tried the steel toe cap version tho 

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On 07/12/2018 at 20:03, Daniel cain said:

 

best wellies by far,wear them as a groundworker everyday on site,got a pair for walking the dogs ,lamping,dug to my terriers with em,keep you warm no matter how cold ,all weather's.ive payed 230/240 for fancy named wellies over the years.....not worth a wank514650535_Screenshot_20181207-200110_SamsungInternet.jpg.0dffeaa1200bb85721506261cf847d26.jpg

Just got a pair to try this afternoon so I'll give them a whirl tomorrow. They seem decent though, shame it's not cold to test them properly. 

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7 hours ago, gnipper said:

Just got a pair to try this afternoon so I'll give them a whirl tomorrow. They seem decent though, shame it's not cold to test them properly. 

I really rate them👍had the buck safety wellies and they lasted me 3 month tops......get a 12 month from the grubs,used everyday on-site and out and about.

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They're definitely warmer just gotta get used to wearing them now. I think they need breaking in more than normal wellies.

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On 07/12/2018 at 20:03, Daniel cain said:

 

best wellies by far,wear them as a groundworker everyday on site,got a pair for walking the dogs ,lamping,dug to my terriers with em,keep you warm no matter how cold ,all weather's.ive payed 230/240 for fancy named wellies over the years.....not worth a wank514650535_Screenshot_20181207-200110_SamsungInternet.jpg.0dffeaa1200bb85721506261cf847d26.jpg

Good but swet like fxxk  in them.. and stink very quickly.. 

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Just now, bobajob said:

Good but swet like fxxk  in them.. and stink very quickly.. 

my calfs not big enough to fill em lol,room to breathe😉

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1 minute ago, Daniel cain said:

my calfs not big enough to fill em lol,room to breathe😉

Need to have sparrow legs to get decent use of these

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On 22/03/2019 at 13:19, bobajob said:

Need to have sparrow legs to get decent use of these

lol  , ive got seeland  wellies  , and there very good , comfortable , got side zip , easy to get/off  £ 90 quid , they very well made not light , like the  dunlop  i had before, but had probs with there with not enough support in my heal , so needed more rugged type boot  . deff plenty of calf room, more so if like my chicken legs  lol .

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On ‎14‎/‎10‎/‎2017 at 13:31, TOMO said:

scroll down the page,,,,been using these solgnac things £24,99,,,glenarm 500,,,,lightweight i find them very comfy,,,,

 

all the top brands ive had ive killed,,,,fecking wasting £100,,,,,£150,,,,never again.....

 

i do fancy trying those at £69,,,,the suppertrack reinforsed two rows down

 

 

https://www.decathlon.co.uk/C-883797-hunting-shoes-and-wellies

got the supertrack 500 a few year back on offer @ £34.99

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44 minutes ago, sid g said:

got the supertrack 500 a few year back on offer @ £34.99

that's great......care to elaborate .....were they any good ....or rubbish??

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On 22/03/2019 at 13:19, bobajob said:

Anybody tried these 

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who makes them mate and what price are they? they look the part nice chunky sole on them

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Jus seen some aigles on that site for 70 quid, not the top a range ones tbf but far better than most the other ones 😉

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