COG 064 M606400 [CL] Black Sympatex Safety Hiker Boot 064 - £12.50 each (p&p £7.20) @ lawson-his - HotUKDeals
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COG 064 M606400 [CL] Black Sympatex Safety Hiker Boot 064 - £12.50 each (p&p £7.20) @ lawson-his

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# Black corrected grain leather. # Sympatex waterproof membrane high wicking quarter lining. # Air cushioned PU midsole with rubber outsole providing comfort and durability. # Stainless steel mi… Read More
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
# Black corrected grain leather.
# Sympatex waterproof membrane high wicking quarter lining.
# Air cushioned PU midsole with rubber outsole providing comfort and durability.
# Stainless steel midsole.
# Padded collar.
# Ankle brace support.
# 200 joule EN345 or EN IS0 20345.

Boot tag says : EN 345-1 SB/P-E-WRU (For those interested) Not sure why its stated as S1 as the makeup is S3 with waterproofing from what I can tell (S2+S3?).

Postage is about £7 next day delivery. Only got sizes 6/11/12 but theres plenty more boots on there on sale if you want to browse :-)
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#1
spodwear
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Shengis - can you buy these at their unit or is it delivery only? If its delivery only then £7.20 delivery costs should be added to the title.
#3
I'm guessing you can just walk in and buy them, edited the title now anyway :)
#4
Anyone know what the sizing is like? Tight or big etc
#5
At a (spoddy) guess 12EE. A bit tight for me on 1 foot so i'm trying some neatsfoot and wooden sticks to spot stretch them on the little toe area. (I'm approx 12EEE so a bit of a yeti lol)
#6
Shengis, you should be charged for all that extra leather (only joking). Seems a cracking price for these boots.
#8
Shengis
At a (spoddy) guess 12EE. A bit tight for me on 1 foot so i'm trying some neatsfoot and wooden sticks to spot stretch them on the little toe area. (I'm approx 12EEE so a bit of a yeti lol)


Apart from the width issues would you say that the 12 is a 12 or does it feel smaller in length? Deciding on getting these but am normally a 10 but some boots can be 10.5/11. Just don't fancy some flappy overly sized planks on my feet as they are big enough
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simplyjimbo
Shengis
At a (spoddy) guess 12EE. A bit tight for me on 1 foot so i'm trying some neatsfoot and wooden sticks to spot stretch them on the little toe area. (I'm approx 12EEE so a bit of a yeti lol)


Apart from the width issues would you say that the 12 is a 12 or does it feel smaller in length? Deciding on getting these but am normally a 10 but some boots can be 10.5/11. Just don't fancy some flappy overly sized planks on my feet as they are big enough


Well they've got 11's. Wouldn't say they're flappy, more like skiing boots tbh. Very hard side protection panels, stiff soles. Arnie boots lol. Wear wise they feel a bit like DM's if that helps at all?

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