"Got these in April to replace the Dewalt Recip which were faulty. These are even worse, a very poor fit, leaked after a couple of weeks and fell to pieces in less than three months, My job pushes boots to the extreme but I have never had these issues with 'standard' safeties. Bought time the manufacturers got their fingers out... There's plenty of effective budget waterproof hiking boots so should be rocket science to get a decent waterproof safety!!!"
"Wouldn't recomend these at all.! When trying to pull the laces through the loop holes, the sharp edges on the loops cut into the laces resulting in snapped laces. They would be fine if the loops were rounded. Three pairs of laces later. Guess where these went.....In the bin. Waste of 40 quid."
"Might as well throw your money straight in the dustbin, that's where these boots went after 4 days. Useless, laces impossible to tighten due to hooks, so snapped. Uncomfortable, not anti-slip,never had wet socks?, you will with these! Too late for refund as been tried and broken. Shame as Amblers safety " trainers " are great."
"I have to agree entirely with the first reviewer, a dreadful product. When I got these I was initially very pleased, they looked good, had a lot of safety features and seemed relatively comfortable (though they are no walking boot!). You cannot tighten the laces - I thought they would loosen up as they wore in but all that has happened is that the laces have become badly worn against the sharp eyelet edges - breakage imminent - but that won't matter because I have already worn right through the leather at the front - just from moderate diy use, a bit of working on the floor etc not a building site! Utter, utter rubish. £35 for a few weeks of diy on and off? Dreadful :("
"These are the worst boots I've ever had. The design of the eyelets make it impossible to lace the boots up tight and the sharp edges around which the laces pass soon wore through the lace 'til one of them actually snapped. Worn for only 4 weeks - now in landfill somewhere!"