I bought these wellies mainly because they have a very grippy Vibram sole (I was sick of slipping in the mud in my old, nearly bald wellies).
They are very comfortable with a padded footbed, I can't feel rocks etc. when walking over rough ground. They're also very warm with a full neoprene lining.
The price at BushWear when I bought them was great, unfortunately they've gone up in price since!
I've had them a week and have only covered about ten miles so it's early days, but so far, so good.
i have weird boot requirements & weirder feet; these boots were initially problematic & I feared the worst but some home-made adjustments have solved the problems:
1. cut down the height to calf level
2. a second footbed & a thicker sock lifted my heel away from the area that was rubbing.
vibram sole is solid
No 'off-the-peg' boot or shoe ever fits me, so anything that is responsive to my personal tweaks always get a return visit.
Grubs Speyline Green
I haven’t used the boots for long. However, they are warm, comfortable and waterproof. The last point should be a given as they are Wellington boots. The footbed is good. Supportive and firm. You cannot feel individual pieces when walking along a forestry gravel track. Good grip in the mud as well as other surfaces. My previous boot punctured in the sole leading to an ingress of mud. That was only after a few outings. The Vibram sole on these boots feels more robust. So far, I am pleased with these boots.