- Exceptional Quality
- Steel Toe Cap
- Outer Material: Synthetic
- Inner Material: Synthetic Fur
- Sole: Synthetic
- Closure: Pull-On
- Heel Height: 2 centimetres
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 39.4 x 39.4 x 10 cm; 1.61 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 8 Sept. 2012
- Manufacturer : Dunlop Protective Footwear
- ASIN : B007YLVA1G
- Item model number : 142PP.37
- Department : Unisex
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,563 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
- Customer reviews:
il resistant, excellent grip thanks to SRA certified outsole. Waterproof for protection in wet conditions. Slip-resistant to ensure safe working conditions. Protective cap, midsole and studs outsole
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Emailed the supplier saying it felt like I had worn a size to big all day. They said need to send them back in new condition including tags on. How stupid they knew I had worn them for a day so they don't have the tags on. I could easily give them a good clean. DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SUPPLIER!!!
NOT GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICE
Then we tried these because her work uses them - and several months later of daily use (in autumn and winter) they're still going strong - comfortable, sturdy and cheaper than the others too!
They're best used with some nice welly socks which makes them toasty warm too.
Further to the issues the boots look okay. They are quite heavy (I thought it was a good sign of quality). As relatively cheap boots I didn't expect good insulation, but can confirm that they were very cold in low temperatures worse than expected, but not the reason for a poor score.
I forgot how heavy safety wellies are until I started wearing normal ones again, they are heavier but you soon get used to them, and the added protection is definitely worth it.
Size-wise, I find most wellies are about a size bigger than the shoe size suggests (hence I take 14 in shoes and 13 in wellies), and these more or less follow the same rule - which is just as well, since 13 is as high as they go.
My only minor gripe is the deep, almost horse-shoe-like edge to the heel - it gives excellent grip, which I suppose is the point, but also holds a lot of mud (which tends to drop out in a lump some time later, such as while dashing across the carpet in what look like clean boots) and leaves some distinctive holes in turf.
All in all, a good pair of wellies for the price. Just don't play golf in them.