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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2012 1:14 am 
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Waterproof (wore them walking the dog in a torrential downpour across marshy grass and my feet were bone dry by the time I got home.)
Comfy and broke in next to no time.
Grip is good also
£34.99 at screwfix and S3 rated seemingly.
Accurate sizing also

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2012 1:20 am 
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thanks for taking the time to review the boots
other people may gain from your experience :thumbright:

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Tongue padding is surprisingly thick, helps protect the top of your feet, important....injured them when I used to run, Dr reckons he sees a few within similar injuries normally due to laces pinching the top of the foot due to thin padding on shoe tongues....

For steel toed boots, they aren't even what I would call heavy, the assault boots I had in the RN were way heavier (literally throwable) and they weren't even steel toed or waterproof either...

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i personally hate steel toecaps as my plates off meat are 16 in the toes and 14 in the rest :lol:

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