Rated 1 out of 5Â by Froby Worst pair of safety trainers
The trainers were purchased mid August and the leather uppers are cracking and peeling
the Velcro fastening will not stay fastened and overall I am very disappointed with them.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Denden Scruffs trainers
At 73 I still have a small gardening business but do like to wear trainers most of the time which can be a problem with garden implements without protection, but these have steel toe caps. Advancing years also bring annoying ailments. I have a bunion on one foot and plantar fasciitis in the other. The former demands a wider fitting and the latter a firm supportive heel. These trainers tick all those boxes and not only that, they are comfortable and look good. I will take them on holiday for rock walking. I have only marked down performance and reliability as until I have worn them for some time I cannot really answer those questions
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Aldo17 Good Value Safety Shoes
I bought the shoes for my grandson who is a painter and decorator. Although, to date, he has only worn the shoes for two 12 hour shifts he has found them to be comfortable and is very pleased with them.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by marshal awful shoes
I bought these as I liked the look of them and like white trainer work shoes.
They are fairly comfy for a work shoe. Steel toe cap and reinforced mid sole are incorporated and are re-assuring. Here comes the bad bit.....They are Â£50 and after 3 months of being put to normal working use, the white outer coating of the shoe cracks and peels off as time goes by and looks terrible as the hard material of the shoe behind becomes black with age. Ive worn cheaper trainers for work and have cosmetically lasted far longer. I have bought the other white work trainers sold in screwfix that are Â£20 pound cheaper (and although not quite as comfy and do scuff) are slightly more hard wearing. These Scruff shoes become very Scruffy quickly.