Durable Wellington Boots

Now, I wear my boots perhaps more than any other form of footwear, and it’s important for me that they last as long as possible, so I thought it might be useful to take a look at some wellies on the market right now…

Firstly, from the Original Muck Boot Company – the Muckmaster Hi


MuckMaster Hi – available for around £110.00
  • Stretch-fit topline binding snugs calf to keep warmth in and cold out
  • 5mm NEOPRENE bootie with four-way stretch nylon,100% waterproof, lightweight and flexible
  • Extended rubber overlay for added protection
  • 2mm thermal foam underlay added to the instep area for additional warmth
  • EVA molded midsole with contoured footbed (internal)
  • MS-1 molded outsole is rugged, aggressive and durable for maximum protection and stability
  • Height 16”

Next, from Dikamar – The Alpha Boot

alpha-green_brown1-670x500The Alpha boot is made of Polyurethane, resistant to oils, fats, acids and organic solvents and its slip-resistant sole provides an excellent grip. This lightweight, antistatic and flexible PU boot has excellent thermal insulation down to -20oC/-4oF and an energy absorbing heel that provides extra comfort and reduces tiredness. For more details click here.

Quatro Insulated Safety Boots – these boots will put up with a lot!


If you are going to put your boots through their paces take a look at these. For more info click here

And finally, if you have a big budget – try Le Chemeau Vierzonord


They’re expensive, but they last and they’re comfy. See here to buy.

For more – click here

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