Meindl Burma Pro MFS Boots, RRP £175 - £129.97 @ Go Outdoors

Meindl Burma Pro MFS Boots, RRP £175 - £129.97 @ Go Outdoors

Found 28th Dec 2013
Meindl Burma Pro MFS Boots, Onsale in Go-outdoors. You do need their discount card (£5 a year) for this price but well worth getting it for this ssaving alone. Been waitning for a good deal on these boots and here it is finally.
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Please tell me where they are cheaper?
good deal same price in tiso. Tiso has great deals on scarpa just bought wms ranger 2 for £88
Heat from me. I've actually got 2 pairs of these and they're the best boots I've ever owned. To the "haters" out there - why cold? Is it because you can buy crappy hi-tek boots for £20??
I've had these exact boots and £35 Hi Tec boots, they're very well made, rugged and durable but for me they were too heavy but they do have a use if the walking conditions are bad.

The Hi Tec boots are much lighter and are also well made and are very comfortable, great value for money.

Excellent boots.

Of course they are heavy they are reinforced hiking boots.

German made so 'wide fit'.

I just re-waxed mine last week.

Why so chilly? This is an excellent discount for a quality pair of Meindl hiking boots. Yes, they are a bit heavy, but mine have performed brilliantly over the years. Meindl products are manufactured in Germany to a very high standard. Thanks OP.



Please tell me where they are cheaper?

Funnily enough they're cheaper than £129.97 at ..................... Gooutdoors! Just received an email with a code for !5% off boots over £75, online only with free delivery. Don't think I'll be posting it as a deal considering this got to a nonsensical -98 degrees!

That 15% off gets the boots down to £110.48. Then there's a potential 10.5% (ends tomorrow Sunday 16th Jan) back from Topcashback (if they pay despite that 15% code), which might get them down to £98.87. I bought some at £129.97 the day after they reduced the price, but I'm thinking of getting another pair (I've been buying/using these boots for over 15 years and they're the most comfortable I've found).

Edited by: "Scrungee" 16th Feb 2014
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