Water proof footwear

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  1. Dave85

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    Now the weather is getting wetter. What trainers / boots do you wear that actually keep your feet dry. At the moment I wear cheap trainers and my feet are soaking pretty much at the start of my day then have to work all day with soggy feet :(. Not the end of the world but would prefer dry feet and socks whilst I work.any recommendations guys. Thanks
     
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    I wear timbalands (however they're spelt) waterproof and hard wearing
     
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  4. steve garwood

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    Rigger boots. Although a bit cumbersome for flying up and down a ladder, great if your w.f.p, I.m.o :)
     
  5. BigFoot

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    Have a pair of clarks gor-tex leather walking boots for the cold, they are fairly light but decided to get a pair of gor-tex trainers so will mix and match depending on how cold it is either way I should have dry feet. I get miserable fast if my feet are either cold or wet!


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    I feel your pain I'm feeling the same way as I'm trad don't want to be wearing anything to heavy I like my trainers up and down that ladder like a cat
     
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    I wear riggers if it's very cold or wet
    Doesn't stop me running about on roofs and ladders if needed
     
  9. Fönster putsning Bergdahl

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    I use Goretex shoes mainly.
    And when it get below 0°C My choice Is Winter Boots 2 size bigger than normal, just for The space to wear thick wool socks.



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  10. Den

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    Bought these Saturday 29.99 from sports direct, comfortable and waterproof only used them a couple of days like them so far.
     

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