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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:17 pm 
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Mind reader!

I was going to ask about Brasher, I used to love them.

Is everything going to hell in a handcart?


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:37 pm 
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looks like Meindl walking shoe or gore trainer should do it :D cheers.......


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 9:44 pm 
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Ecco. Not hardcore boots but Nice comfy shoes for walking around in . Last forever, usually longer than the wearer.
This worries me, cos I also drive a Rover. When should I get really woried?


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When you start with the moistened toilet tissue.

I used to wear Ecco as well, got in the habit living in Denmark.

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highlandsflyer wrote:
When you start with the moistened toilet tissue.

I used to wear Ecco as well, got in the habit living in Denmark.

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err :oops:

It's a blessing on the farmers...


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Meindl here as well. I have 5 pairs and allow them some breathing/drying time in between use.


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Absolutely chuffed with my Meindl boots, really well made.


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i got a pair of northface hedgehog about 2 years ago. i use them on the bike aswell as walking, there still going strong, waterproof and lightweight, my feet have only got slightly damp once which was this week walking through a waterloged field in heavy rain


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