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Hot Weather Boots

#1
I'm after a pair of Hot Weather Boots, in Black, not Sand.

Does anybody have any advice on which are decent, and which are a load of old to$$. I have tried the issued Jungle Boots, and they just hurt my delicate feet :( . I have also tried Magnums, but they fell apart at the first sign of work.

Do Lowa or any of the other decent boot manufacturers make HW Boots - and not charge the earth?

Cheers

Wob
 
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#2
Wobblyhead said:
I have tried the issued Jungle Boots, and they just hurt my delicate feet :( .
Well you must have very delicate feet then! The US pattern jungle boots are very comfortable once they're broken in. If you're desperate to seperate yourself from a lot of money, then I expect you'll find something, but my feeling is that issue jungle boots are as good as you're going to get.
 
#4
Wobbly you big homo.

Are your issue jungle boots the correct size? US sizes are one above UK ( eg US 10 = UK 9 ) They also come in 5 width fittings.

Proboot made an issue hot weather boot with NiTrax soles, but I don't know if they are still on issue. The Altbergs mentioned above will probably be your best choice, but start saving or see me for a discount ;)

www.altberg.co.uk
 

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