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I have weak ankes, welly boots stuck on end of most waders I have tried are floppy and wont be stiff enough

any waders out there with decent strong wellies on the end of them ?

chest or thigh, I dont mind

or failing that can you get just normal wellies that are well made and strong ?
 

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thank you will look at them first

I have a pair of ron thompsons, fine for fishing off a pier or sandy beach

useless on rocky ground
 

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Look on Google & key in "muck Boots" not cheap at all but will last you years.
I have done loads of digging & fishing in mine & they are superb.Wear them on the boats too, very comfortable & warm.
Think they are Neoprene lined maybe.
About £50-60 quid but I wore out 2 £30 pair in a year so these are good value as ive had them 3 years & they are no worse than new.
 

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Bluebeard.
Seeing as you have weak ankles. why don't you consider stocking foot waders. As then you have to wear wading boots which will be great for your ankles as they give great ankle support.
Cheers.
Neil.
 

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Look on Google & key in "muck Boots" not cheap at all but will last you years.
I have done loads of digging & fishing in mine & they are superb.Wear them on the boats too, very comfortable & warm.
Think they are Neoprene lined maybe.
About £50-60 quid but I wore out 2 £30 pair in a year so these are good value as ive had them 3 years & they are no worse than new.
thank you bob, sound the business
 

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Bluebeard.
Seeing as you have weak ankles. why don't you consider stocking foot waders. As then you have to wear wading boots which will be great for your ankles as they give great ankle support.
Cheers.
Neil.

cheers mate, that or a decent pair of stiff wellies is my only option I think
 

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check out snowbee we use them at work on a trout farm they are light weight and only about 4o quid
 
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