Recommend me some new country boots.

(14 Posts)
goldie81 Wed 18-Sep-13 14:09:16

Has anyone any shires charlbury boots? Was looking at boots as need to get round my calfs! Wondered what like or any recommendations for very wide country boots

DENMAN03 Tue 17-Sep-13 20:57:16

Dublins or Durbarys if you have a bit more to spend!

mrslaughan Tue 17-Sep-13 18:14:03

Do you want leather? Because I bought the neoprene lined aigle's - amazing for winter, really comfy, really warm and not slippy at all...

FayeKorgasm Tue 17-Sep-13 16:33:45

Tuffa Sufflok boots.

They are ok to either wear shopping or dog walking. Absolutely fabulous.

FayeKorgasm Tue 17-Sep-13 16:32:54

Tuffa Sufflok boots.

They are ok to wear shopping or dog walking. Absolutely fabulous.

cungryhow Tue 17-Sep-13 16:26:55

I love my arait grasmeres, never had wet feet and always polish up well. Have gone a bit saggy around the ankles but I have skinny ankles and ride in them too. Still love them.

OldRider Sun 25-Aug-13 08:48:51

My Dubarrys are 9 years old, love 'em and hope to be buried in them!

goodasitgets Sun 25-Aug-13 07:01:15

Ariat Grasmere. Like slippers from day one smile

Incapinka Sun 25-Aug-13 06:54:42

Dubarrys.... Expensive but amazingly comfy. I love mine

Lavenderhoney Sat 24-Aug-13 22:48:40

Katherine partis does lovely country boots, look great, last for ages and not too pricey. She has a website and does country fairs and shows. She might have a sake on about now, must check!

Chanatan Sat 24-Aug-13 22:46:04

I,ve had Harry Hall yard boots,wore them every day for three winters and have now worn right through the heel,have bought Toggi Berkley for the coming winter,hope they will be as good.

Ilovemydogandmydoglovesme Sat 24-Aug-13 22:34:59

I've got some Sherwood Forest boots. They're lovely! Warm, comfortable and very dry and waterproof. I bought them at a game fair last year and got them for about half price.

Littlebigbum Sat 24-Aug-13 22:25:28

The chain store Go Camping are having a sale I was well impressed

Mirage Sat 24-Aug-13 13:16:04

My beloved brown leather boots have finally succumbed to too many hours stood in wet fields and I've had to bin them.I'm off to Burghley and the Midland Game Fair next month and am hoping to find some replacements.I don't need them for riding,but spend a lot of time in wet fields with the dds and their ponies,so they need to be waterproof and comfortable.

Any recommendations or brands to avoid?
Thank you.

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