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Workwear Boots £14.99 @ Aldi

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Durable, protective, regulation footwear for garden, home and on site.

Suede leather/mesh upper
Safety standard CE EN ISO 20345:2011 – S1P SRA
Choose from: Beige or Black
Sizes: 8-11
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#1
fifteen quid have to take a punt. need a new pair. does anyone know if they are comfy
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If you have a peek at Screwfix's website you will find these exact boots branded as "Dickies Storm Safety Trainer Boot". The only real difference is that these have a Workwear patch on and not a Dickies one which bumps the price up to £29.99.

I have been wearing these for over a year now and they are the best boots I've ever bought for work. Comfy, strong, light and the toe cap and mid sole have saved my feet from damage many a time. I'm hoping to pick up a couple more pairs.
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TheGent
If you have a peek at Screwfix's website you will find these exact boots branded as "Dickies Storm Safety Trainer Boot". The only real difference is that these have a Workwear patch on and not a Dickies one which bumps the price up to £29.99.

I have been wearing these for over a year now and they are the best boots I've ever bought for work. Comfy, strong, light and the toe cap and mid sole have saved my feet from damage many a time. I'm hoping to pick up a couple more pairs.

Ok you have sold me. :)

What is the sizing like?
I guess i can try them on instore but it would be good to know for when I am rummaging
#4
Regular fit. I'm and 11 and an 11 in these fit perfectly.
The work socks they have on sale and the pants are also a good buy. I will be buying a few pairs of those as well.
Looks like I'm up early this Sunday to get there first X)
#5
Personally I would only buy Doc Martins safety boots, more expensive but definitely worth the extra cost
#6
Doc martens are a bit hit and miss these days as not all are made in the UK. The best boots I've bought were from Screwfix and were Mascot brand. Super soft leather that needed no breaking in and are a pleasure to wear. They were on offer at £20 ( down from £80) but are now back to the regular price of around £40.
#7
TheGent
Regular fit. I'm and 11 and an 11 in these fit perfectly.
The work socks they have on sale and the pants are also a good buy. I will be buying a few pairs of those as well.
Looks like I'm up early this Sunday to get there first X)

I didnt think much to the dickies acrylic socks gets too sweaty.
Rather have some wool ones which breath a little.

Thanks for the reply i am a 7/8
#8
marty-401
Doc martens are a bit hit and miss these days as not all are made in the UK. The best boots I've bought were from Screwfix and were Mascot brand. Super soft leather that needed no breaking in and are a pleasure to wear. They were on offer at £20 ( down from £80) but are now back to the regular price of around £40.

The best ones i had were "trucker" brand.

Very comfortable and
hard wearing apart from the sole which had a skin which wore through and the spongy material broke off in lumps.

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