- Dunlop – 814P Klumpe PVC Black 35/36
- Outer Material: Synthetic
- Inner Material: Unlined
- Sole: Synthetic
- Closure: Pull On
- Heel Height: 2 centimetres
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- Package Dimensions : 24 x 18.6 x 8.6 cm; 740 Grams
- Date First Available : 31 Dec. 2015
- Manufacturer : Dunlop Protective Footwear
- ASIN : B0039T7YJY
- Item model number : 814P.36
- Department : Unisex Kids
- Customer reviews:
Suitable for various leisure activities
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 August 2020
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There was a lot of comment regarding size to get. I picked the same size as the shoe I normally take and the fit is good, even with a pair of thick socks. I've only had the shoes for a short time so I can't comment on durability but as the material resembles that used in a typical Wellington boot, I see no reason to expect anything other than a long life.
After after 4 months of purchase with twice daily half hour dog walks - have found soles quite thin and uncomfortable if walking over stony paths. Also temperature transfer from ground is quite severe in cold weather due to inadequate inner lining. Today I noticed that the heel was beginning to split and will need replacing soon.
Waterproof ? yes.
I suppose for the money cant complain too much, but with only 4 month usaage - could be better off spending 3 times as much and getting a better quality.
I had the idea of having a pair of "slip-on" shoes that I could leave by the back door and put on easily to take the dogs out in wet weather. These need a shoe horn and a couple of minutes concerted effort to get on!
Despite them claiming to be a size 46 (I usually take a 45) they barely fit lengthwise, are circulation stoppingly tight around the top of the foot and I would doubt that a 12-year old would find the width of them to be comfortable (manufacturers please note that as feet get longer they also get wider)!
Quite frankly, I've worn wet suit shoes that are more capacious!