Coronavirus Information


Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we feel it is our moral duty that we must temporarily close our shop door.

However, following clarification from the government on 24th March, we will able to provide a limited service to supply certain items.

This will be available to existing customers only. Goods can be ordered over the phone or by email and collected from a collection point. It may be possible that local deliveries can be arranged for a small charge.

Due to health & safety guidelines we are unable to allow our full workforce to be at our premises at any one time, so for the time being I will be working alone to accept phone calls and provide updates.

Please call us for further details.

We will be following these steps to help prevent the spread of the virus:

1. Maintaining social distancing rules

2. Increased hygiene measures for handling of goods and in general behaviour.

3. We will take a photo of the items delivered and the staff will sign on the customers behalf, only if agreed to.

We have not taken this decision lightly but feel it is the responsible action to take to ensure the safety of our customers and staff during this time.

In the meantime please take care and stay safe.

Steven Lee - Director

Sunday, 03 August 2014 17:50

Buckbootz non safety

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Buckler’s non-safety footwear range for wet and mucky weather.

Neoprene synthetic rubber is most commonly used in wetsuits, but when it is bonded to rubber it provides the ultimate comfort, performance and durability combination for wellington boots and variants.

Chemical resistant, abrasion resistant, oil resistant

Neoprene provides:

  • Waterproofing
  • Weight saving
  • Insulation
  • Stretch
  • Chemical resistance
  • Abrasion resistance
  • Oil resistance

Rubber provides many of these benefits whilst maximising durability and sole grip. All Buckbootz styles are easy to clean and have detachable cushion insoles.

Vulcanised K2 sole

Sizes range from 5-12




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