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Anyone recommend these wellies or not ?

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Anyone who pays 200 nicker for wellies has certainly got more money than sense 🙄

Cheers, D.

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I've got a pair mate, best I've had for comfort and heat, they are far from indestructible for the price, but then again what suits me might not you so atb with your decision 🖒

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19 minutes ago, dytkos said:

Anyone who pays 200 nicker for wellies has certainly got more money than sense 🙄

Cheers, D.

I thought this I've always just had the 40 50 quid ones but they dont last and on  cold day/night your feet freeze that's why I thought I would bite the bullet and get some decent ones alot of people swear by them and say well worth the money last for years keep you warm ECT

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I've a £30 pair and £100 pair cant really tell the difference,  hate them both feck in hate wellies full stop , get yourself some proper boots. Atb Joe 

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best wellies I've had for warmth and comfort. Walked miles in a pair and they got a little split in the heel just before the warranty ended, they gave me a new pair no bother

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Just now, Gilbey said:

best wellies I've had for warmth and comfort. Walked miles in a pair and they got a little split in the heel just before the warranty ended, they gave me a new pair no bother

How longs the warranty on them mate 

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2 hours ago, the lamping ferreter said:

Seen these boots are they any good or is their better on the market ? Their usually £210 on the website but these are for £155 so I think the price is right or not 

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go well with a mole skin jock strap and a nice tweed vest.

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5 hours ago, leegreen said:

All joking aside worth one and half. Bit warm for me mind.

This was my thoughts as I want a all year round wellie winter spring summer autumn I can get thinner ones for less money so I dont no what to go for 

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didn't notice they were the 5mm neoprene ones, mine were just the normal 3mm. Got Parcours which are good as well but not as slipper like imo and haven't had them long so?

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I’ve had loads of pairs . They are good but they aren’t the wellie they used to be . They were made in France and they used to last me a couple or three seasons, but now they are manufactured in bloody Madagascar, and now they only last about a season or so . But I live in them , they are easy to slip on and off . I’ve had Aigle and seeland and they were not as good. Toggi made some once and I had a pair and they were excellent . But I haven’t found any since and I think they have stopped making them .

 

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16 hours ago, the lamping ferreter said:

This was my thoughts as I want a all year round wellie winter spring summer autumn I can get thinner ones for less money so I dont no what to go for 

Wor aboor the veganords with the outlast linings, had a pair of boots with outlast that stuff is magic

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