Long Boots

Jellymoon

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Can anyone recommend me some long boots for hunting that won’t break the bank, but will be warm, pref without too much detail for the mud too get stuck in!
 

spacefaer

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My hunting boots are the traditional pull on style but I buy them a size too big so there is plenty of room for tights and thermal socks. If your boots are too fitted, your feet can't move inside them and they will get cold.
 

Widgeon

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My hunting boots are the traditional pull on style but I buy them a size too big so there is plenty of room for tights and thermal socks. If your boots are too fitted, your feet can't move inside them and they will get cold.
Not hunting specific but I totally second this general tip - buy a bit big and invest in some socks, or sock combos (Noble Outfitters pedis on the inside, ski socks outer layer!) that fit inside the boots. TBH I'm not sure a pair of leather boots are ever going to keep you really cosy.
 

LKWilliams

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Regent Pro cotswolds are definetly the ones to go for! No zips means no wet legs if you get off in a puddle!
 
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