Mountain Horse Field Groom Boots

eekmon

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Anyone had any problems with these? I have had two pairs in one year
I chose them for their thermal insoles as in winter my feet freeze ( I even get chillblanes, have bad circulation) These boots kept my feet warm and dry all last winter. They then split, I sent them back to Robinsons where I bought them and they kindly replaced them. I have just sent them back once more and am waiting for a responce.
I would expect a pair of muck boots to last more than six months! Anyone else has a similar problem?
 

fairhill

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Yep, have given up with them now. I was so fed up I got a cheap pair from decathlon, and they lasted over 2 years before splitting. I've had a couple of mountain horse muck-type boots, and none of them lasted more than a year before splits appeared.
 
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I got a pair which split within months. I'm obviously not as bright as you Malteaser Mon
cos I never thought to send them back! I bought another pair to replace them... and they split too!
So I've been in trainers or joddy boots for months now. I ordered the Derby Hourse thermal long boots when they were on pre-order offer at £21 (look like the Woof Wear ones) and am waiting for them to arrive. We'll see how much mud they can handle...
 

dingle12

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dont hold out much hope for the woof ones, i have had two pairs and ive given up on them, they split really easy and loose there grip. i have big carves so does anyone know of any extra wide wellies or something sim for the muddy field?
 
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