Rated 2 out of 5
Â by Sparks55 Really disappointing.
Having used these on site for 1st fixing all I can say is, they're not fit for that purpose. I have had about 2 months use out of them and their falling apart
These would probably be fine to wear in a factory or warehouse , but on site they are terrible.
Not worth the money.
5 Aug 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Hibchip Comfy Safety Trainers
Have worn these for a couple of days now and found them very comfortable. Not as wide as previous reports have said so had to go to the next size up. Look great too!! Do seem a bit heavy, pricewise though...
30 Jul 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Brer Comfy Shoes
I, more often than not wear trainers for work, not a good idea and after the coupling from an acro prop slid down on to my toes, ouch!! my wife thought it would be a nice surprise to buy a pair of these for my birthday,
I read all the reviews on screwfix and had my doubts about how good they were, I have had them for 2 weeks now and what a great pair of trainers they are, they are not clumpy like some with a steel toe cap and are a comfy fit, even for my wide toes.
The price might put some off but what if you break a toe or worse, what will that cost you,
9 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Ivanski Goode safety trainers
I needed some comfy safety trainers for my work as a very busy storeman that have to be light, breathable (for summer hot days) and that wont kill my feet to wear for 8-9 hours or more. These are just right, easy to break in after a few days, lightweight, look good, with an antislip sole. Cheaper Boots you can buy are just a nightmare to work in and really hurt me to wear but these are great for me, so If you need comfort as well as safety I'd def say buy these. Ok they are more to pay than cheaper pairs but what price do you put on quality, comfort and style?
5 Apr 2014