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Hunter Chunky Cable Cuff Welly Socks

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Manufacturer: Hunter / Type: Welly Socks

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      20.01.2013 19:14

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      I got a pair for Xmas, the grey knitted ones! They are a very nice material and keep my feet dry and warm, I use them in my hunter wellies for dog walking in the forest, have even been out in the snow and can say my feet were nice and snugg!

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      20.09.2012 11:58
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      Style not substance

      Initially seem a perfect idea for the winter, however have some minor issues. Recently I have found Hunter as a brand slipping in my estimations, the quality and price of products doesn't match up to what it previously has done, and the brand is swiftly becoming a pure 'fashion' company.

      I am not aware if these socks come in a range of sizings, however as someone with smaller feet I have found the socks bunch up a lot inside wellies, causing them to rub and generally be very uncomfortable. The cuff part of the sock is a thin 'knit' still elasticated fabric which supposedly sits on the welly - once again can slip off and move when walking. I feel that the securing piece is fairly uncomfortable, as well as traps a lot of heat in.

      Overall the practicality of these socks isn't ideal, and to be honest I feel you are better off wearing thick socks to ensure comfort in wellies.

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