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chubby chubber
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ive had some titans for a couple of seasons now best boots ive ever owned for warmth in winter ,but problem is can or has anyone found a boot bag to store them in because as you know they aint the smallest in size to store and as of now ive drawn a blank as to finding anything suitable as for now am using a bloody morrisons shopping bag an it aint the best cheers




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Posted - 10 January 2017 :  6:44:36 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add JLK to your friends list Reply to Topic Quote this Post

Boot of the car for mine. Along with all my clothing.



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Posted - 10 January 2017 :  6:44:59 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Cooky to your friends list Reply to Topic Quote this Post

could try this

http://www.myhuntingshop.co.uk/foot...ot-bags.html


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https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASC-Wellin...rds=boot+bag


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Posted - 10 January 2017 :  6:53:15 PM  Show Profile  Visit Dave's Homepage Bookmark this reply Add Dave to your friends list Reply to Topic Quote this Post

How about something like this...
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wellingto...301517460836

depth 23cm
height 43cm
width 30cm

?



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there too big for a normal wellie bags there bloody warm but blody big make skeetex look like kids wellies lol


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Just get a cheap 2 net Eva netbag. The drennan will suffice.



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quote :
Originally posted by chubby chubber

there too big for a normal wellie bags there bloody warm but blody big make skeetex look like kids wellies lol


......Just leave them in the bloody Morrisons bag, a lot bloody cheaper!



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too true matey but if I had something nthat they could stand up in they would cool down better when I take em off as they are that hot best hundred notes ive spent on boots ever


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too true matey but if I had something nthat they could stand up in they would cool down better when I take em off as they are that hot best hundred notes ive spent on boots ever



....May I ask where you bought them from please? Thank you.



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amazon bud you thinking of treating yourself you wont regret it thin socks n away you go no matter what tempreture it is


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Posted - 10 January 2017 :  9:31:27 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Total to your friends list Reply to Topic Quote this Post

Thank you.

....I'm afraid they are well out of my price range, but a fishing mate is looking out for a decent pair of boots.

Thank you for answering.



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Posted - 10 January 2017 :  10:11:32 PM  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Capt Birdseye to your friends list Reply to Topic Quote this Post

http://www.ukrolex2013.co.uk/mens-t...p-10918.html

Anyone dealt with this company ? Baffin Trappers advertised at less than half normal price !


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quote :
Originally posted by Capt Birdseye

http://www.ukrolex2013.co.uk/mens-t...p-10918.html

Anyone dealt with this company ? Baffin Trappers advertised at less than half normal price !

I would steer clear of that site as I couldn't find any VAT number anywhere on the site.
Myself and another MD member were scammed last year looking for Baffin boots.
I would stick to Amazon through their global market scheme.



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Thy will fit in something like this. Cheap.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wellingto...AOSwYGFU00Fe

I have something similar for mine


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quote :
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quote :
Originally posted by Capt Birdseye

http://www.ukrolex2013.co.uk/mens-t...p-10918.html

Anyone dealt with this company ? Baffin Trappers advertised at less than half normal price !

I would steer clear of that site as I couldn't find any VAT number anywhere on the site.
Myself and another MD member were scammed last year looking for Baffin boots.
I would stick to Amazon through their global market scheme.

I must admit the site looks a bit iffy, the old saying maybe, if it looks too good to be true it probably is. But Im hoping someone comes on here and tells me different


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quote :
Originally posted by Capt Birdseye

quote :
Originally posted by lavo-1

quote :
Originally posted by Capt Birdseye

http://www.ukrolex2013.co.uk/mens-t...p-10918.html

Anyone dealt with this company ? Baffin Trappers advertised at less than half normal price !

I would steer clear of that site as I couldn't find any VAT number anywhere on the site.
Myself and another MD member were scammed last year looking for Baffin boots.
I would stick to Amazon through their global market scheme.

I must admit the site looks a bit iffy, the old saying maybe, if it looks too good to be true it probably is. But Im hoping someone comes on here and tells me different


Just done a test purchase , no option for PayPal , which I believe is the safest way, will give it a miss


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http://www.ukwda.org/blog/is-your-website-legal

Its a dodgy website mate, as none of the legal requirements have been met for a legit website, see above link.



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quote :
Originally posted by lavo-1

http://www.ukwda.org/blog/is-your-website-legal

Its a dodgy website mate, as none of the legal requirements have been met for a legit website, see above link.


Thanks for that Lavo-1


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Capt Birdseye
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quote :
Originally posted by lavo-1

http://www.ukwda.org/blog/is-your-website-legal

Its a dodgy website mate, as none of the legal requirements have been met for a legit website, see above link.


Is there any organisation that could get it checked and shut down if it is dodgy?


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Posted - 11 January 2017 :  07:53:50 AM  Show Profile  Visit tee.bee's Homepage Bookmark this reply Add tee.bee to your friends list Reply to Topic Quote this Post

I use a ski boot bag plenty big enough i can get chest waders in them


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