you could take the midsole out of an old pair of work boots and pop it in your welly. You'd probably want to stick it down and put an insole in as well or your foot would slide around.
At the end of the day wellies are..........err.....wellies
Quote from: Madness on February 03, 2017, 07:52:23 amAt the end of the day wellies are..........err.....welliesNot really...The Dunlop Suretreads had a phenomenal grip, on various types of rock and mud. I haven't found anything that replicates that, so it must be down to the actual compound of the rubber sole.It was a sad day when Dunlop discontinued the Suretread.The grippyness (is that even a word) of the sole is likely down to the softness of the compound, so the more grippy ones will be softer, and will wear quicker.I use Dunlop Acifort now, but they are not in the same league as the Suretreads...
I have a pair of chemical boots Egoli Inyati or something, which look identical to the ankle boots on the web page of Wayne Safety. The tread is very grippy possibly because it's so deep, the only snags are the shar edge to the rubber round the ankle and the eyelets being rubber get sawn through by the laces after about 10 trips. Now I know they do wellies I'll probably buy some.
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