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    New wellies?

    Can anybody recommend me a good set of wellies? Don't want to pay a fortune, maybe up to 100 quid.
    I wear them most days for dog walking and rough shooting, my current pair of hunters have done 10 years but they were from Dumfries I think there made in China now 👎.

    Cheers.

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    Either Toggi or Aigle
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    Quote Originally Posted by I. Farticus View Post
    Either Toggi or Aigle
    As above.

    I've also recently bought a pair of the Solognac Inverness wellies from Decathlon and will be interested to see how they fare.
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    At around £65 wouldn't look past a pair of Toggi Wanderer wellies. My last pair are 8 yrs old and still going strong!

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    Aigle Parcours for me. Not cheap at around £150, but they're superb
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    Have had a pair of Seeland Estate AT (neoprenes) for 3 years now - good grip, warm and still going strong
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsmoke View Post
    Aigle Parcours for me. Not cheap at around £150, but they're superb
    Good wellies, if you shop around they can be had a fair bit cheaper. I have a pair and wear them a lot, including covering 8-10 miles at once beating on a partridge shoot.
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    Ok cheers lads. Decathlon have the agile parcours 2 in at about £80. Are they the same ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsmoke View Post
    Aigle Parcours for me. Not cheap at around £150, but they're superb
    +1

    In daily use for 6 months of the year and keep my feet warm and dry. Comfortable over distance too - easy to do 15km and not notice it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsmoke View Post
    Aigle Parcours for me. Not cheap at around £150, but they're superb
    Quote Originally Posted by nicowilson View Post
    +1

    In daily use for 6 months of the year and keep my feet warm and dry. Comfortable over distance too - easy to do 15km and not notice it.
    Without doubt the most comfortable wellington I have ever worn, have worn them for 8 hours straight before and still very comfortable. The only problem I have is I find it a little difficult to take them off after prolonged periods of wear. For stalking rough fields the boots give you confidence of your footing.

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