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Dubarry Fastnet boots, any complains?

Let me hear your ideas about this footwear.
Is it really worth the money, or is spending this amount more economic in beer investment?
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Welcome to sailnet. I'd highly recommend you read this post to get the most out of your time here.

What kind of sailing are you planning on doing? If you're just daysailing or coastal cruising, they're probably a bit overkill.

Also, if you have high arches or wide feet, getting your feet into one might be a problem.
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