Good quality waterproof boots

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  1. ♠Winp®oClean♠

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    Going to buy some new boots this weekend, fed up of Sports Direct Karrimor ****!! Has wet feet all week.

    Ant recommendations? I'm looking at Berghaus. I prefer walking/hiking type boots.
     
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    I think it is that time of year now..heavens have just opened and water is over the top of the kerbs here..and hailstones
     
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    mrtaytay recommended some good looking boots a while back but I can't remember the name of them.
     
  5. abs

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    Doc martins have and always will be the best boot for me , they keep your feet pretty warm also
     
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    Thanks. I need to buy them tomorrow so will see what I can get hold of locally. Thinking of buying some gators for the bottom of my legs too. All this garden growth from a good summer is a nightmare when it's all wet. Been really damp up here this week!!
     
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    Winpro, i got some karrimor from sports direct last year,should've been £75 but were £35....... best boots i've ever had, way better than the berghaus i had a few years back which were dearer.
    But they aren't material boots they are leather/goretex numbers, never once have i had wet feet with them. Sadly the grips have worn out now but there is still a bit of life left in them but not much
     
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    nowt worse than wet feet matey I was buying boots sports direct £35 cheap **** three to four months did<int last much longer
    bought berghaus leather boots looks gd hope they are going to last
     
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    Cheers for the heads up was thinking about that yesterday when my feet got a soaking on grass as I had trainers on, but you cant beet the feeling of putting dry socks and dry shoes on after getting your feet soaked.
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    I just use my short leg wellies. Lasted 2 years and keep my feet dry in winter. Got them on ebay
     
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