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Dubarry Galway boots, what's similar but cheaper?

(6 Posts)
Jointhejoyrun75 Fri 03-Feb-17 10:59:39

For dog walking. I've seen them and love them but they're over £300 shock

Shockers Fri 03-Feb-17 11:01:14

I love mine.

Sorry, that probably wasn't helpful.

Look after them and they'll last for many years though!

Teaholic Fri 03-Feb-17 11:01:32

they look a bit 'landsend' to me. try there?

Brokenbutbreathing Fri 03-Feb-17 11:07:01

I had the Dubarry boots (for long walks) and gave them away as they were awful - no support around the ankles at all. Only good for standing around in buckets of water at game fairs IMO!

I would look for Spanish riding boots - have had mine for years, they are supportive and very comfortable, also look amazing.

An example here but you can find them at all sorts of prices...

Cabotswood Wincanton, Women'S Src Ankle Riding Boots, Brown (Chestnut), 5 UK (38 EU) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00JYJG2I2/ref=cmsww_rcpp_api_NogLybGMYH1G1

Grewsap Fri 03-Feb-17 11:09:31

Toggi ariat or any riding store will have similar

Floralnomad Fri 03-Feb-17 11:10:51

I have Dublin river boots for dog walking , my first pair have done 3/4 yrs with absolutely no care from me and have only recently sprung a small leak ( which I've made DH fix ) . I got new ones for Christmas from dsis ,but I'm keeping them until the old ones completely fall to bits .

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