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Site Ladies Safety Trainer Boots Plenty of sizes Were 24.99 now £9.99 @ Screwfix

£9.99 @ Screwfix
Bargain, sizes 3-9 from what I can see.
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Bargain, sizes 3-9 from what I can see.
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1 Like #1
Nice, heat added
#2
They have beige and Grey too for the small footed blerks.
#3
[quote=Roger_Irrelevant]They have beige and Grey too for the small footed blerks.[/quote

blerk, haha, I thought this was either a typo or a euphemism for a `female` bloke :) Quite amusing in a chauvinist way if you actually are a bloke!. But not. Other definitions, though interesting seem even more obscure!
1 Like #4
I think the trainer style helps women move quicker with the tea tray for the workers.
#5
blerk ~= bloke

(~ means 'approximately equal to', not 'logic NOT') :p

Edited By: Roger_Irrelevant on Dec 24, 2016 00:52: x y z
#6
Pretty sure there's a letter missing in the make of these, can't think where though hmmm
1 Like #7
miggy111
I think the trainer style helps women move quicker with the tea tray for the workers.


​Wow, that's hilarious grandad.
#8
if you order today, can collect on 28th, Wednesday
#9
Just out of curiosity my friend is looking to know would a man get away with wearing these cause he bought a pair of safety shoes from sports direct and he said they're like wearing stones on his feet

Edited By: sleepywhispers on Dec 24, 2016 09:10: mistype
#10
I work on site, and many of us get our safety boots/trainers from Sports-Direct. They have Dunlops, which last a good 9-12 months for under £25, and far from being uncomfortable, feel like soft trainers from day 1. Previously I paid £60 for a pair of DeWalt boots which I could only tolerate for a couple of hours at a time, and eventually tossed into a skip, gladly rid of them.
#11
somerset
miggy111
I think the trainer style helps women move quicker with the tea tray for the workers.
​Wow, that's hilarious grandad.

It is. Building sites are avoided by the equality loons because it's hard work. No push for more women digging and plastering.
#12
MacTheMac
I work on site, and many of us get our safety boots/trainers from Sports-Direct. They have Dunlops, which last a good 9-12 months for under £25, and far from being uncomfortable, feel like soft trainers from day 1. Previously I paid £60 for a pair of DeWalt boots which I could only tolerate for a couple of hours at a time, and eventually tossed into a skip, gladly rid of them.


​my mate says he can only wear his dunlop shoes for a couple of hours
#13
sleepywhispers
Just out of curiosity my friend is looking to know would a man get away with wearing these cause he bought a pair of safety shoes from sports direct and he said they're like wearing stones on his feet


​The pink ones can be worn by uphill gardeners.

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