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Just want to update after 2 winters:

(1) vass grain leather boots couldn't hold up
(2) Soldaini cord leather boots are doing ok but had some trouble with salt
(3) hanwag gruntens are killing it
post #662 of 666
Almost bought hanwag horndl couple months ago. Really awesome.
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I've owned 2 pairs and they're the best footwear I've owned. Loads cheaper than designers too
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Have a German milsurp pair made by Hanwag, must be at least 20-30yrs old judging by the design and they basically look like new. Absolutely bombproof.

Does Vass still make stuff like those cordovan shit-kickers posted a while back ?
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speaking of European mountain boots, would have gotten these Bertl´s if they were available in my size
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Originally Posted by Uli Kunkel View Post

Just want to update after 2 winters:

(1) vass grain leather boots couldn't hold up
(2) Soldaini cord leather boots are doing ok but had some trouble with salt
(3) hanwag gruntens are killing it

Those boots looks good. What is your size in the hanwag gruntens versus the Vass boots?

I'm a 43.5 F(normal width) in Vass' F last and a size 10 in Viberg's 2030 last. Unfortunately there's no retailer near me to try the Hanwag's on.
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