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I'm very happy with these. Very light and streamlined design for climbing. Most others are way too bulky for me. Not sure about durability as have not had for long. 

 

 

 

 

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When it comes to tree work boots why do all of them look like multi coloured clown boots now ? Is it a HSE requirement for this industry to look like a multi coloured circus show f wit ? I get hi vis for work but jeez and 
I’ll admit a few years back to buying red Andrew’s but I’m drawing a line now.. 

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2 hours ago, MattyF said:

When it comes to tree work boots why do all of them look like multi coloured clown boots now ? Is it a HSE requirement for this industry to look like a multi coloured circus show f wit ? I get hi vis for work but jeez and 
I’ll admit a few years back to buying red Andrew’s but I’m drawing a line now.. 

Are you absolutely totally sure the boots aren't the same, and you're turning into a grumpy ol' bugger?

 

This is what I fear is happening to me.

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4 hours ago, Dan Maynard said:

Are you absolutely totally sure the boots aren't the same, and you're turning into a grumpy ol' bugger?

 

This is what I fear is happening to me.

The harlequin range , I mean fing seriously?? 

I Probably most definitely am becoming more of a miserable old bastard ,but I just want a pair of brown leather high boots.

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