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Dr martens 1461z £65.00 @ Shuperb
Found 17th Mar 2015Found 17th Mar 2015
I couldn't find these shoes cheaper elsewhere. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

Are they genuine?

Krinkle, cheaper for a different product... :|


Cheaper here in black

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Padders ALAN Mens Puddlduc Rubber Wellington Boots £10.49 delivered
Found 15th Feb 2015Found 15th Feb 2015
Padders ALAN Mens Puddlduc Rubber Wellington Boots Green/Black Padders Now £6.99 (Delivery from £3.50) Was: £34.99 You Save: £28.00 (80%)

Worth no more than a fiver as disposable boots!


Absolute crap product! Very comfortable but don't last at all. mine were used very lightly and simply fell to bits. lining calling off, sole came apart and welt split along the top, complete and utter junk!!!!


They leaked . Sent back


Bought these recently for a similar price, they seem pretty good quality. Of note, they are extremely wide around the calf and therefore flop around a bit as you walk, the adjustment strap is just for show. Still pretty good for the price.


Seen these sub £10 at dryfeet before

£6.99 (80% off) Padders Mens Puddlduc Rubber Wellington Boots Green or Black @ SHUPERB (£10.49 Delivered)
Found 16th Jan 2015Found 16th Jan 2015
Padders ALAN Mens Puddlduc Rubber Wellington Boots Green or Black Only £6.99 - 80% off!! 13.25" (34cm) Tall Real Rubber Upper And Cleated Sole Adjustable Side Strap Approx: 1000g… Read more

​ You were absolutely correct. Very poor quality and not durable at all. Surprisingly comfortable though! But that's no use with boots that fall apart...


Digging up an old thread to say that my lightly used Puddlducs have split on the inner edge of the sole allowing water to seep in. Have emailed the company to see if there is any sort of warranty - 3 months of minimal use is well below expectations for a pair of wellies in my experience - had my last set for around 10+ years and they are still fine - but not nearly as comfortable as these Puddlducs!


Price is now £15


Comment Or dog folk... I walk my dog whilst wearing a pair of wellies! Surprisingly versatile.


OMG! I can't believe these are £6.99! I brought the same ones last year for £40!!! I would still buy another pair but the ones I've got are still in great condition! Definitely would recommend these !

Doc Martens at a lower price @ Shuperb Footwear
Found 16th Nov 2014Found 16th Nov 2014
The site has other brands to choose from, they have lowered their prices o all the shoes on the websites so there's a plus for everyone, it's also a very trustworthy site

Is this the best their marketing dept can do?


These guys also sell on flea bay - most at lower than their website prices! Also customer service is poor.


Nice advertising. Cold for obvious reasons.

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Dr Martens Classic Cherry Red 1460 Boot. Includes free delivery £69.99 @ £68.99 if you 'like' them on Facebook!
Found 7th Nov 2014Found 7th Nov 2014
Cheapest I could find, approx 30% off RRP, Free Delivery. Includes spare laces. Extra £1.00 off if you 'like' them on Facebook via the checkout page. EDIT I found this price for U… Read more
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DISCOUNT CODE - 24 hours ONLY "DOCFIVE" for £5 off.


My first pair cost me six quid. Crazy price now.


Ha Ha, well done. I'll settle for a draw on this. I was buying size 4, which is a different price to the 10. Well done on seeking that out, you may have done someone else a favour in the process. All the best.


That is a depressing and true fact. The Vintage 1460 is still made in the UK but is RRP £190 vs the £100 for the standard Thai version. Sadly true of many iconic British brands, including parts for Triumph motorcycles!


I'd tend to agree with you, but my teenager thinks otherwise. Been in and out of 'fashion' for years. Apparently, in again.