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Galena Sun 07-Oct-12 17:16:51

I'd like some comfy and long-lasting boots for this winter. I've got lots of use out of Doc Marten lace-up boots in the past but I'd really prefer some non-lace-up ones this year. I tend to be quite hard on shoes and boots so a sturdy sole is a must. I don't 'do' heels, have wide feet and fat calves. I'd also prefer not to spend a million pounds.

Suggestions please...

(Reposted from Chat. Never been on Style and beauty before as I'm neither stylish nor beautiful, so be gentle!)

HappyGirlNow Sun 07-Oct-12 17:21:33

These featured on another thread earlier today.. Any good?

Galena Sun 07-Oct-12 17:23:22

They are possible although I'm a little worried they say they are width D - they may be too tight, I'd have to go and try them on. They look nice though. Thanks smile

bonzo77 Sun 07-Oct-12 17:26:46

DMs do elastic sided boots. Or have a look at Blundstone. Very comfy, wide and hard wearing.

fanoftheinvisibleman Sun 07-Oct-12 17:31:50

I can't link on my phone but I've got the DM phoenix Jara Biker boots. They have buckles and straps rather than laces. Mine are heading into their third winter and are still going strong despite me walking about 20 miles a week minimum in them.

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