Barbour eg (Wellington Boots) Black Friday Shoes Sale @ Cloggs Mens and Womens Extra 10% Off PLUS FREE Delivery - £44  @ Cloggs
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Barbour eg (Wellington Boots) Black Friday Shoes Sale @ Cloggs Mens and Womens Extra 10% Off PLUS FREE Delivery - £44 @ Cloggs

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Found 29th Nov
Simply Simply Loveley Sale on at Cloggs

Free delivery on everything ! Many styles Brands and Options On Promotion.

USE CODE BFXTEN for 10% off Cyber pricing PLUS TCB QC Cashback!

Got some Barbour Farsley Chelsea boots for 85 delivered
Some Wellies Barbour for the wife 44 Squids
Penny Loafers also for the WIFE Barbour bargain.
Cracking Sale for high quality gear Christmas sorted

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Thanks. Got free P&P on my order

nice one, ill try these instead of buying myself a pair of hunters. free postage for me too

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shapalando6 h, 11 m ago

nice one, ill try these instead of buying myself a pair of hunters. free …nice one, ill try these instead of buying myself a pair of hunters. free postage for me too


Hunters available too. Barbour nice choice though imo

I have a pair of Barbour green willies which are well over 20 years old!
Still wearable but are badly faded.
I wonder if these new versions would be of the same quality?
I know Hunters are not the same quality as they once were!

Have just ordered a green pair while size 8 is still in stock.
Total price was £43.87, seems a good deal!
Heat added!

1an449211 h, 39 m ago

Thanks. Got free P&P on my order


How did you get free delivery? Seems to be over £60 to get that?

What's the sizing like on these? I'm an 8 normally. Do I need a 9…

FlahertyDeals6 h, 6 m ago

Hunters available too. Barbour nice choice though imo


Modern Hunters are fashion rubbish made in China these days (nothing like they used to be). Don't know about Barbour though.

Has anyone bought / had a pair of Barbour non-welly shoes/boots? Looking at their Chelsea ones for example - but don't want to spend £100 in the hope they're a quality long-lasting pair of shoes if like most retailers nowadays the quality is crap. Bought some boots from Monsoon that literally fell apart within a year, and my Joules wellies split at the sides after one wear Think they make things to break nowadays so we permanently have to re-buy! Thanks in advance for any advice

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Sphere1 h, 44 m ago

How did you get free delivery? Seems to be over £60 to get that?


I've bought the Farsley boots will advise on arrival
Sphere1 h, 44 m ago

How did you get free delivery? Seems to be over £60 to get that?

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FlahertyDeals42 m ago

I've bought the Farsley boots will advise on arrival


All is free delivery as far as I am aware

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GoodShopping20171 h, 18 m ago

Has anyone bought / had a pair of Barbour non-welly shoes/boots? Looking …Has anyone bought / had a pair of Barbour non-welly shoes/boots? Looking at their Chelsea ones for example - but don't want to spend £100 in the hope they're a quality long-lasting pair of shoes if like most retailers nowadays the quality is crap. Bought some boots from Monsoon that literally fell apart within a year, and my Joules wellies split at the sides after one wear Think they make things to break nowadays so we permanently have to re-buy! Thanks in advance for any advice


I bought the Farsley Chelsea boots. Same as you frustrates me not getting good quality.
I generally buy church's or cheans I'll let you know quality

FlahertyDeals8 h, 5 m ago

Hunters available too. Barbour nice choice though imo


Barbour only cost me £43 with free postage so saved at least £40 over the hunters so I'm happy.

Very good price, paid £65 for these earlier in the year!

Copped some Olive/Greens for £43 free postage, that's a great price nice one!

Just ordered a pair for the OH. Great deal for Barbour wellies.

Thanks FlahertyDeals, I ordered a pair of Barbour wellies. They should serve well with tending the horses. I particularly like the north-east link of Barbour (their styles are named after north-eastern towns).

Good finds. thaks OP!

Heat for the "Simply simply lovely" comment - bloody marvelous sir!

Shame the Men's wellies are more pricier!

If you're buying wellies to use as wellies (you know, in the mud, snow, etc., not to flash at the horse trials) you'd be better off with a £10 pair from Sports Direct - really!

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monkeydribble10 m ago

Heat for the "Simply simply lovely" comment - bloody marvelous sir!


Haha plenty in the tank

andyharding906 h, 14 m ago

What's the sizing like on these? I'm an 8 normally. Do I need a 9…



I am a size 8 and my old Barbour wellies are 8's and fit fine
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FlahertyDeals4 h, 41 m ago

I bought the Farsley Chelsea boots. Same as you frustrates me not getting …I bought the Farsley Chelsea boots. Same as you frustrates me not getting good quality.I generally buy church's or cheans I'll let you know quality


Yeah, don't mind paying more as long as it's worth it for better quality long lasting goods. I don't like it when things have a price tag that indicates quality and they're still shit Cool, let me know how they look, thank you 🏻😊

Hunters really are rubbish . I walk the dog in usually muddy fields twice a day . My wellies get 16 hours use a week and I’ve reverted to Dunlop’s with good removable insoles . Hunters on average last two months before they split and leak. Dunlop’s about 7-8 months.

Besford1 h, 11 m ago

If you're buying wellies to use as wellies (you know, in the mud, snow, …If you're buying wellies to use as wellies (you know, in the mud, snow, etc., not to flash at the horse trials) you'd be better off with a £10 pair from Sports Direct - really!


So are the Barbour ones not very durable? My only experience with wellies so far is the Joules ones which broke after one wear walking the dog - their ones are def just made for women who want to stand in a puddle with nice looking wellies on, not for actual dog walking I need a good pair of wellies!

Cazza10004 m ago

Hunters really are rubbish . I walk the dog in usually muddy fields twice …Hunters really are rubbish . I walk the dog in usually muddy fields twice a day . My wellies get 16 hours use a week and I’ve reverted to Dunlop’s with good removable insoles . Hunters on average last two months before they split and leak. Dunlop’s about 7-8 months.


Two months!? That's terrible! I need dog-walking enduring ones, sounds like Dunlop it is then!

cold - no size 14

Blinding deal sir! Blinding!!

GoodShopping20171 h, 36 m ago

Two months!? That's terrible! I need dog-walking enduring ones, sounds …Two months!? That's terrible! I need dog-walking enduring ones, sounds like Dunlop it is then!


For fashion then?

Mulva422 h, 56 m ago

For fashion then?


Any that don't fall apart, couldn't care less what they look like or what I look like when walking the dog! The Joules ones the water just sleeps through the seems - they're total crap!

GoodShopping20175 h, 24 m ago

So are the Barbour ones not very durable? My only experience with wellies …So are the Barbour ones not very durable? My only experience with wellies so far is the Joules ones which broke after one wear walking the dog - their ones are def just made for women who want to stand in a puddle with nice looking wellies on, not for actual dog walking I need a good pair of wellies!


I can't confirm on the Barbour ones (though I'm suspicious) but the consensus is that Hunters are rubbish these days. What is true is that (subject to fit of course) 'real' wellies are only about £10, but they won't get you points at the pony club!

monkeydribble15 h, 29 m ago

Heat for the "Simply simply lovely" comment - bloody marvelous sir!


..... and plenty in the tank!

Besford12 h, 4 m ago

I can't confirm on the Barbour ones (though I'm suspicious) but the …I can't confirm on the Barbour ones (though I'm suspicious) but the consensus is that Hunters are rubbish these days. What is true is that (subject to fit of course) 'real' wellies are only about £10, but they won't get you points at the pony club!


Besford12 h, 4 m ago

I can't confirm on the Barbour ones (though I'm suspicious) but the …I can't confirm on the Barbour ones (though I'm suspicious) but the consensus is that Hunters are rubbish these days. What is true is that (subject to fit of course) 'real' wellies are only about £10, but they won't get you points at the pony club!


points at the pony club
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