Where do you get good pelagic gumboots?

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Subject: Where do you get good pelagic gumboots?
From: Carl Billingham <>
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2010 18:43:34 -0800 (PST)
Hi Patrick,

Thy're not cheap (especially the postage) but I invested in some Muck Boots 
the US.  They are real rubber so they dont slip on boat decks like the cheap 
boots you typically buy in Australia.  They are very comfortable and made for 
cold and wet conditions and to be honest I was glad I had them (after I had 
forgotten the purchase price) as I pretty much lived and died in them on my 
to Antarctica.



Where do you get good pelagic gumboots?
from [Patrick Scully] [Permanent Link][Original] 
Subject: Where do you get good pelagic gumboots? 
From: Patrick Scully < > 
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2010 12:07:30 +1100 
Hi All, I'm just wondering if anyone could suggest where to buy good gumboots 
that are siutable for  pelagic trips  in Melbourne? On my last trip the sea  
flat as a pond, but the next could be windy, and some decent gumboots could be 
blessing. Also any ideas about good brands of waterproof overtrousers would be 
much appreciated too. Happy birding, Patrick Scully  

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