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    04-25-2012, 02:13 PM
Brit Colt Style Muck Boots

I just recently won a pair of Muck boots and I picked out the Brit Colt style which is their all-purpose riding boot.

I'm wondering if anybody on here uses these and what you think of them. Are they comfortable? Durable?
I've heard of people not being happy with Muck boots in general because they split up the back or on the side. Has anyone ever had this happen with their Muck boots?
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    04-25-2012, 02:49 PM
I recently got a pair,they are comfy & warm. They are more for fall/winter riding so probably won't be wearing them much next few months. Never had a pair before but was with a friend & he was buying about his 5th pair of muck boots.He has all the different styles & loves them.He is a farmer though & doesn't ride horses. I like what I see so far & haven't heard anything bad about them,guess time will tell when I start using them more

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