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eeyore Knight Grand Cross of the Wild Empire
Registered: February 2006 Location: i'm right here Posts: 11139
Review Date: Sun 29, October, 2006
Would you recommend it? Yes |
Total Spent: £25.00| Rating: 8
light , cheap , comfortable , hardwearing
This is the latest in a long line of safety boots I have had for work - despite the modest price point and the "trainer" brand I have found these to be more hardwearing than many more expensive brands.
they are very comfortable and esay to wear - no blisters. and are more than up tto outdoor working party type wear.
Downsides are that they are not particularly waterproof and also that the sole is not heat resistant - in fact I have just destroyed my pair while jumping on a bonfire - however i was impressed enough that I (or rather my employer ) will be buying another pair on monday
------------------------------ Some people are like slinkies, good for nowt, but they make you smile when pushed down stairs