What's everyone wearing on their feet?

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  1. Adams0211

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    I popped outside to grab something from my van first thing this morning and had a soaking wet foot after walking in slushy snow for about thirty seconds.

    Checked my work trainers when I got back in the house and realised I've got a hole in the bottom. They've been on their last legs for a while now but they're so comfortable that I've stuck with them.

    Time for some new footwear i guess. Any suggestions? Comfort and warmth is my main priority. What's everyone else wearing?
     

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  2. Jimroot

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    hiking boots, fairly light and fairly waterproof, down side- expensive and not as hard wearing or waterproof as good work boots or light as trainers, kind of a middle option
     
  3. steve garwood

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    Got my boots from a company called frostbite. Every now and then they do a two pairs for the price of one.
     
  4. Jake

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    Sketchers memory foam trainers, like waking on air,

    BEAUTIFUL!!!!
     
  5. Luke Barnard

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    I've had cheap waterproof Karrimoor for the last year. The waterproofing is pretty good and they let your feet breath but don't last long(got through three pairs). Bought some waterproof Hi-tec boots off ebay last week, they look like they'll last but they don't breath so you get sweaty feet instead!
    Can't stand wet feet!!!!
     
  6. steve garwood

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    Hey Adams0211, I'm off down the den in a minute, would you like me to pick you up some Millwall slippers? :D
     
  7. Adams0211

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    Yes please mate. I've got a couple of customers who's gardens are full of dog **** so I'll wear them then ;)
     
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  8. daveyboy

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    I usually wear trainers but got a pair of riggers a couple of weeks ago for 20 quid while i was in screwfix
    Gonna keep me nice and warm over the winter
     
  9. Trev81

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    Wet feet?
     
  10. Trev81

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    Big chunky solid timberland boots, wore them all year and super comfy for me and just get better the more I wear them. Take some bedding in mind.
     
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