Does anyone make a decant pair of pull over knee high rubber boots? I am sick of only getting 3-4 weeks out of them. Always seems the right one rips out first for me.
Muck boots do wear in as you wear them.....need to wear them longer and they will form to your feet better. If you deal with manure and mud you dont have much choice but wear them.....but will still be never as good as a nice pair of leather work boots!I bought a pair of muck boots because the neighbors were bragging them up. Only wore them once and my feet couldn't take it. They do look like a good boot. I have a hard time to find a rubber boot that my feet can handle for anymore then a half hour.
I like Muck boots as well but need a lot of arch support.I bought a pair of muck boots because the neighbors were bragging them up. Only wore them once and my feet couldn't take it. They do look like a good boot. I have a hard time to find a rubber boot that my feet can handle for anymore then a half hour.
I must be hard on boots. My dunlops only last 3 winter seasons if I'm lucky. The fronts split open on mine and now the boot is starting to separate from the soul. I have a pair of the uninsulated dunlops for summer that I've had for 5 years. Best pair of rubber boots I've had.
x2The best boots ive had are the Dunlops. Lots of riggers wear them. They ar warm in the winter, cool in the summer and can wear all day and never bother me. They are expensive, about 200 -250 at Marks. But they last a long time. My brother has a pair, going on 6 years.
Wore those all the time when I was a kid, my father still did up until he died. They had their good and bad points, was nice to be able to loose them during the day when it dried up and then you were in your shoes or leather boots, first thought that always comes to mind whenever I think of them is how many times as a kid, I had to repeatedly day after day explain to brain dead teachers at school that I wore overshoes and wasn't trying to sneak into the school with wet shoes onI have never worn a "shoe condom" but it brings back a memory of my grandpa who was from England wearing shoes inside of a multi front buckle bootie to keep his shoes dry .... that's "fancy lad" stuff to me.