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    Thumbs up What winter boots are best....?

    About to look at new boots for the winter-tried Moon Boots and others over the years but none really come up to scratch.......(I'm talking really cold weather fishing!!)

    Perhaps I am expecting too much as I suppose no boot is actually going to keep one's feet warm.What I want is fairly warm-I'd be happy with that!!

    Anyway if anyones has some suggestions regardless of price(I don't mind paying more if they are really effective!)I would be pleased to hear from you...

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    Skeetex field boots are superb ........... I've had mine for years --they're really warm and you can get replacement thermal linings for them should you ever need them ...........
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    Derri boots really warm even on the coldest of days £29.99 they were £50.00 at one time

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    Skeetex boots are very good, but to be honest save for the cold snap last winter I have hardly used mine over the last few years.

    Another good option is Elements II boots these have a goretex lining and are good if you do a lot of walking during sessions.

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    I got Sunridge hot foot boots, they're ok but no good for walking in.

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    Don't just consider which boots will keep your feet warm in winter, also look at what socks you are wearing.

    Some socks cost as much as £30.00p but if you couple them with a really good pair of walking boots, they will keep you really warm, waterproof and breathable, and also are easier to walk in.

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    MUCKBOOTS

    Brilliant boots. I have the Derwent. The Tay are a bit more robust and more insulated.
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    Skeetex, the green suede ones,with the fleece liners,around £50.

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    Them muckboots do look very good quality, how comfortable are they for walking in ?

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