civi boots

#1
hi all just want some ideas for some hardewaring civi boots something brown and a cross between a trail boot and the next stage up any ideas welcome o and under 100quid cheers
 
#2
Mr_Deputy said:
not what you are looking for but I managed to get a pair of these for £11 delivered the other day!! great for general countryside/indoor mooching. were smart enough to play golf in and to have tea in a very smart country house - even though just before that they had been on a long, at times boggy walk on the south downs. am well pleased for £11!!!!

http://www.shoe-shop.com/invt/sch340117?source=gprod
got a pair for £11? where from, would look alright with jeans.

I got some brasher hillmasters about £90 in shops comfy as **** did the 3 peaks in them no problems i just done like the colour so i normally wear my lowas, i wear them on nights out now.

Cal
 
#4
Mr_Deputy said:
not what you are looking for but I managed to get a pair of these for £11 delivered the other day!! great for general countryside/indoor mooching. were smart enough to play golf in and to have tea in a very smart country house - even though just before that they had been on a long, at times boggy walk on the south downs. am well pleased for £11!!!!

http://www.shoe-shop.com/invt/sch340117?source=gprod


otherwise I'd suggest Merrell, Brasher or a decent pair of traditional boots along the lines of Timberland. I have a brand called Lumber Jack I bought in Holland (think theyare Italian-made) which work well as a hiking boot with quite high ankle support, working boot, but are light (good materials) to be able to run and even sprint in as thye sole is excellent and the overall weight and flex is good. This is the company but no sign of my ones - http://www.lumberjackshoes.net/ but seems to be just their shoe range (have looked before.)
Mr_Deputy you are obviously a man of good taste thats exactly what I wear and not just because they do them in size 14! rather like up market desert wellies IMO. :wink:
 
#7
I believe Altberg make civi type boots too. Definately worth a look.
 

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#8
I have been wearing a pair of brasher look alikes for £30 ish quid, Johnscliffe is the name. Worn for about 3 stalks a daily walks over the last 2 weeks, one game fair up to the tops in water and still dry!
 

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