Author Topic: Brasher boot care  (Read 804 times)

archaeoroutes

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Re: Brasher boot care
« Reply #15 on: 19:09:10, 11/06/19 »
Shame Brasher doesn't do the same guarantee it used to.
The pair I got in 1995 lasted for 15 years. They were a deliberately lightweight design that wasn't expected to be that hardy, but Brasher took them back free of charge on a number of occasions to resole them, redo eyelets, etc.
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