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Dureable waterproof footwear

I can never seem to get a good pair of waterproof work footwear.I've tried boots and trainers ( all protective toe caps) and never found one that's built to stay waterproof for more than a few months.What do you guys use and recommend?I do a lot of lawnmowing so that involves a lot of walking.Please no wellingtons :-).I have used brands from haix, 2 pairs, both leaked within weeks, to screwfix cheapies.They need to be comfortable and durable.Thanks

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  • PRO

    De Walt Challenger2 for me. Best boots I've ever had although I should add I wear riggers in really wet grass. The Challengers are waterproof though.

  • PRO

    I use Dewalt Challenger 3 boots. Really comfy when on your feet all day, worked in all weather and not had a wet foot yet. They have steel caps and mid sole and good grip. They are about £100 but well worth it I feel. 

    • PRO

      I didn't know there was a Challenger 3! I notice they are about 50% more expensive mind!

      • PRO

        Challenger 3 boot are just the latest version - uses Sypatex rather than Goretex for the waterproof/breathable layer. To be honest not noticed any difference! Good place to get them re price is TLC Electrical

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