- Unisex safety wellington boots.
- Metatarsal guard.
- Outer Material: Rubber
- Inner Material: Mesh
- Sole: Other materials
- Closure: Slip-On
- Heel Height: 2 centimetres
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The rubber is reinforced in both the heel and toe area, with a steel toe for additional support giving you the protection you need and 5mm neoprene bootie make these boots lightweight, flexible and 100percent waterproof. Certified en 20345-2011-sb-e-fo-sra
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These are really heavy duty wellies with steel caps which mean they are a lot heavier than normal wellies & hence the reason for a 4 not 5.
My favourite part has to be the elasticated leg. Plenty of room but no flapping top that allows water to seep into the boot.
Tried them out in heavy rain & perfectly dry feet. Would definitely recommend.
the glued seam just seems to pull away way too easy because all i was using them for was general labour work .
To sum up ...... fantastic fit very comfortable but so are slippers and they dont keep out water also
I contacted the factory shoe shop Olney directly, who supplied the boots via amazon, they could not have been more helpful within 15 minutes of my phone call I was sent a free post office returns label and informed that a new pair would be sent out next day express delivery. What a breath of fresh air a company that is interested in customer service. Well done Factory shoe shop Olney.
After a few months of wearing these the seal around the bottom has come off and they leak, disappointed as I expected more for the price.
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very well insulated and comfortable if you have thick calf like me.
works well and water proof/resistance.
I would recommend, I hope sizing was little better in terms of international standard size. NOT numbers but centimeters.
For background on environment where these are being used--we live on an island in Alaska..Windy (think 30 to 40 mph 4 or 5 days out of 7) rainy, rainy and windy together, wet boggy ground, active lifestyle, hiking, fishing (as in subsistence, not the relaxed kind of fishing that one might do on a lazy Saturday), constructing, fixing machines, repairing weather-damaged houses, and chasing a preschooler, a great dane-lab mix dog, and 12 chickens. Well, 11. The twelfth is old and and has gotten pretty docile. :)
Speaking of, the first pair had the metatarsal guard, but that came undone after a few months of wear, so I do not recommend buying those.
This pair, just like the first one, was instantly comfortable on my feet and warm enough for temperatures at or below freezing.
The only cons are: #1-the loops for your fingers to assist with pulling them on are on the inside of the boot...makes no sense to me, and #2 the elastic at the top is way too tight on my calfs (painful), so I roll the top down and hope that this stretches it over time.
Good news was that I left my muddy boots in a buggy at work and a MAN stole them as they somehow fit his itty bitty "man" feet. Caught him wearing them the next work day. He scrubbed my name off the front but not the back. He didn't bring other shoes so I let him make it most of the day. Then I was leaving and made him come too since he can't work constriction with no boots. I took a tiny bit of pity on him and offered to sell them to him for $100, which he promptly paid. Apparently he too had struggled to find steel toe Muck boots that fit his ity bitty little "man" feet. I'd already ordered a pair of size 5, which fit perfectly. It was kind of a win-win.
Moral of this story: order one size smaller and NEVER underestimate that there is a tiny man out there that can fit in your lady boots.
Someone else at my stable said the same thing about her muck boots which she got a tractor supply store.
I think if you pay more and buy them directly from Muck Boots, they have a good warranty. I have to look into that because other than that they are very comfortable but it MUST be waterproof!!!
The **ONE STAR** is due to the fact they leaked on the very first day I used them. I was wearing them for about 5 hours in a light on/off rainy day and was standing in puddles no longer than 2 minute increments every 30 minutes over a 5 hour period. These puddles were less than 3 inches deep so I never had the boot submerged in water passed the rubber piece just above the outer sole.
The boots are comfortable enough to where I am giving them a second chance and getting another pair sent to me. I don't mind them leaking after awhile and replacing them, but leaking on the first day for me or in other consumers cases leaking within several weeks to a few months in ridiculous for the price the boots cost.
The boots are typical though I think the toes are a little snug in the steel toe version. So I make sure to go up a 1/2 size or even a full size. Working in them all day is hard on the arches. I usually always buy a pair of insoles and swap out the originals. Making the wearing experience much better.
We keep buying these boots. Clearly, we believe in the boot and the craftsmanship. Due to the nature of our work, we go through a pair far more quickly than a typical user would. That's no fault of the boot, so nothing deducted there.