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Brasher Men’s Country Master Walking Boots Blacks ebay £77.50
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Brasher Men’s Country Master Walking Boots Blacks ebay £77.50

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Posted 14th Oct 2018
The Brasher Country Master Walking Boot boasts comfort and protection in equal measures. The durable leather fabric provides a hard exterior to shelter your feet from tough terrains while the waterproof eVent® technology shields you from the rain.


  • Classic sturdy waterproof walking boots from Brasher
  • Premium leather uppers - tough deep cut leather generates lasting performance
  • E-vent waterproofing - moisture shedding material protects from adverse conditions without limiting breathability
  • Comfort PU footbed - soft, shaped interior cushions each step
  • Vibram outsole - reliable sole unit boasts unrivalled traction and grip
  • PU midsole - comfortable and long lasting mid construction
  • Leather lined cuff
  • Suede outer cuff
  • Full rubber rand
  • Weight: 740g
  • Recommended activity - walking / hiking / casual
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001172814/10/2018 21:51

I bought a pair of Berghaus Explorer Ridge Goretex boots from Sports …I bought a pair of Berghaus Explorer Ridge Goretex boots from Sports Direct a couple of years back for £40. Absolute bargain but I still haven't worn them yet!


How is that in any way relevant?
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Cheapest compare to other retailers. Bought!
Nice deal, shame not Hillmaster GTX ll on offer.
I've had a pair of brasher supalite for years and walked hundreds of miles in them. I paid about 120 quid 10 years ago. Fantastic boots and a steal at this price. Heat from me
snappyfish20 m ago

Nice deal, shame not Hillmaster GTX ll on offer.


got my Hillmaster 2s sub 100 on outdoorGB on a deal last year, good boots. also had these Brashers for years and they are still going, heat
I bought a pair of Berghaus Explorer Ridge Goretex boots from Sports Direct a couple of years back for £40. Absolute bargain but I still haven't worn them yet!
001172814/10/2018 21:51

I bought a pair of Berghaus Explorer Ridge Goretex boots from Sports …I bought a pair of Berghaus Explorer Ridge Goretex boots from Sports Direct a couple of years back for £40. Absolute bargain but I still haven't worn them yet!


How is that in any way relevant?
001172814/10/2018 21:51

I bought a pair of Berghaus Explorer Ridge Goretex boots from Sports …I bought a pair of Berghaus Explorer Ridge Goretex boots from Sports Direct a couple of years back for £40. Absolute bargain but I still haven't worn them yet!


Would you class them as a reliable, solid boot? Dare I say comfortable, even?
ronin1314/10/2018 23:25

Would you class them as a reliable, solid boot? Dare I say comfortable, …Would you class them as a reliable, solid boot? Dare I say comfortable, even?


They still have not worn them. Is this a wind-up?
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 15th Oct 2018
Back on topic, these boots are excellent. Full leather boot, none of your dodgy GTX which breaks down after a year. My old pair lasted twenty years.
Bought!
Please does anyone know if these are wide fitting and if a size 10 fits as normal? I vary from 9.5 to 11 depending on the fit.
Guide: My Daemon walking boots from a decade ago fit just right for thick walking socks in a size 10.
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 15th Oct 2018
FunkiestMonkey15/10/2018 05:30

They still have not worn them. Is this a wind-up?

The sad irony of an “absolute bargain”! I bought a pair of walking boots, but still haven’t worn them after a couple of years! You do wonder what makes some folk tick:-)
ronin1315/10/2018 12:03

The sad irony of an “absolute bargain”! I bought a pair of walking boots, b …The sad irony of an “absolute bargain”! I bought a pair of walking boots, but still haven’t worn them after a couple of years! You do wonder what makes some folk tick:-)


Pointless purchases of a cheap pair of boots and then the pointless sharing of that detail, it would seem. :-)
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 15th Oct 2018
FunkiestMonkey12 m ago

Pointless purchases of a cheap pair of boots and then the pointless …Pointless purchases of a cheap pair of boots and then the pointless sharing of that detail, it would seem. :-)


I was talking about the "Absolute bargain" as described below by 0011728. I think things have become a bit lost in translation.


"0011728
14 h, 26 m ago
I bought a pair of Berghaus Explorer Ridge Goretex boots from Sports Direct a couple of years back for £40. Absolute bargain but I still haven't worn them yet!"
Is it steel toe cap
I've got size 10 in this boot. The fit is pretty spot on. I can't wear two pairs of socks in them, but one good thick pair is fine. Plenty of width, soft very cushioned interior makes for a comfy fit all round.
It's worth noting that the old brasher boots are now under the Berghaus banner. Confusingly brasher seems to be used by Millets/Blacks for lots of their own kit. They may well be lovely boots but they will not be related to the old Brashers. By all means correct me if I am wrong.
Why doesn't the OP add Blacks to the title rather than just saying Ebay.
Blacks are or at least were quite a famous outdoor gear range of shops .. Even as a kid, many years ago in the scouts, the tents were made by Blacks of Greenock'
wbmkk2 m ago

Why doesn't the OP add Blacks to the title rather than just saying Ebay. …Why doesn't the OP add Blacks to the title rather than just saying Ebay. Blacks are or at least were quite a famous outdoor gear range of shops .. Even as a kid, many years ago in the scouts, the tents were made by Blacks of Greenock'


unless its been added immediately after your comment... it already does
Edited by: "brilly" 15th Oct 2018
leighonigar33 m ago

It's worth noting that the old brasher boots are now under the Berghaus …It's worth noting that the old brasher boots are now under the Berghaus banner. Confusingly brasher seems to be used by Millets/Blacks for lots of their own kit. They may well be lovely boots but they will not be related to the old Brashers. By all means correct me if I am wrong.



Correct, these are a Chinese made boot, nothing to do with Brasher apart for the name. Poor quality
These are Chinese, stay away.
Just been in MIllets to see if they had them there to try on. They are £139 in there. They seem really good quality and are supremely comfortable.
No way would i pay that price, but i'm very tempted at £77.50. Only the fact Brasher aren't what they once were is making me hesitant.
For those wanting to know how the sizes come up, i'm a 10 and concur with gothamite's post above.
The made in China can often mean crap quality for boots/shoes, but not always..... I've been wearing Caterpillar Colorados for years, they're my preferred knocking about boots. They are made in China, but they're extremely well made, very tough and last for years.
Price hike to £93.00
Been waiting for some quality boots at a decent offer. Thanks OP
If you're wanting something quality that's not made in China (although - spoiler - quite a lot of the Vibram soles used across the industry are), I can whole-heartedly recommend Meindl. I think I paid £160 for mine, and even though I wear them fully half the year I got around 10 years out of the last pair. To be honest, I could have resoled them but they'd got a bit mildewy over the years. They're made in Germany. Decent for my wide feet and custom insoles, as well.
Link now saying £93 and rrp £155
Chz26 m ago

If you're wanting something quality that's not made in China (although - …If you're wanting something quality that's not made in China (although - spoiler - quite a lot of the Vibram soles used across the industry are), I can whole-heartedly recommend Meindl.


Agreed. Meindl make some great boots. I have some Altbergs at the moment and they seem sturdy too so I'd happily recommend them if they fit you. Scarpa make some sturdy boots (and some less sturdy ones).
Chz2 h, 21 m ago

If you're wanting something quality that's not made in China (although - …If you're wanting something quality that's not made in China (although - spoiler - quite a lot of the Vibram soles used across the industry are), I can whole-heartedly recommend Meindl. I think I paid £160 for mine, and even though I wear them fully half the year I got around 10 years out of the last pair. To be honest, I could have resoled them but they'd got a bit mildewy over the years. They're made in Germany. Decent for my wide feet and custom insoles, as well.


Meindls are the nuts. I have the Bhutans which are fantastic. One great thing about them is that the shape is not as clunky as the standard walking boot. When your trousers cover the ankle bit they actually look decent worn as ordinary footwear.
I seem to struggle with finding the right boots, as I have wide feet, has anyone bought these with wide feet? Feedback? Someone mentioned mendi boots for wide feet
James_Prescott33 m ago

I seem to struggle with finding the right boots, as I have wide feet, has …I seem to struggle with finding the right boots, as I have wide feet, has anyone bought these with wide feet? Feedback? Someone mentioned mendi boots for wide feet


Meindl are wide fit
00117281 h, 0 m ago

It is but some don't get it!


I think it may have been perceived that people generally have better things to do with their time.
Try timberlands
00117283 h, 48 m ago

It is but some don't get it!


Well it was over my head thats for sure.
You can pick up a good pair of walking boots with leather uppers for around the £40.00 mark why spend more.
Define "good"?
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