- Single track wellie world – recommendations ?
I asked this question about 5 months ago, walking the dog twice a day and preffering dry feet to wet.
After the initial shock on price I went for Seeland boots, £45.00 which seemed a decent mid point. Really comfortable and great until two weeks ago when the moulding between the sole and upper split. I sent them back yesterday as a manufacturing defect and I’m hoping for a refund rather than replacement.
I’m now contemplating Muck Boot Muckmasters on the basis that the sole into uppers moulding looks far more robust, £90ish.
Also contemplating industrial Dickies Rigger boots, some are rubber, some leather.
Edit: Few recommendations for Riggers whilst I was typing !Posted 4 years agoxcgbMember
I asked same question. went for Muckboots in the end, and can say they are great, a little warm in the summer but i love that they have a hands free on off system which is good. the wear is an issue though as mine have worn a fair bit on the soles but i do use them at least twice a day every day.
warmest feet in the winter that i have ever had, even when wading across streams long wet grass etcPosted 4 years agosimmySubscriber
Never thought I’d reach a stage where I post this but since getting a dog, I’m doing loads more walking.
I’ve not had any wellies since I was about 5 years old so is it a case of they are all the same just go and get some or are some more comfortable than others ?
Can’t cope with the mud over the shoe treatment any longer after this mornings walk
I’m size 10 in trainers etc if that makes a difference.
Thanks.Posted 4 years agomattzzzzzzMember
Muckboots +1 or for about 40 quid look at neoprene fishing wellies like these
Much better to walk inPosted 4 years ago
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