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Scruffs Twister Safety Boots various sizes £30 @ Wickes

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Posted 1st Jul
Appears to be a good price compared to elsewhere..

The best-selling Twister series has been updated with contrast colour panels and a dual density sole to give it a modern, dynamic look. Mounted to supple full grain leather uppers with a padded tongue and collar, the highly flexible lightweight PU-to-rubber sole delivers maximum comfort, stability and traction over rough terrain. Safety is assured with the impact-resistant steel toe and anti-penetration midsole.

Great value comfort, protection and performance without compromise
Padded tongue & collar for extra comfort
Slip resistant for safe working
Heat resistant sole provides extra comfort and protection in hot working environments
Flexible nubuck leather upper
Microfresh® technology prevents the growth of mould to reduce odours
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I've been wearing work boots daily for 16 years so let me offer you some advice. If your work boots need to "break in" before they stop blistering your feet, buy better quality work boots!!!! I used to buy Dakota 700s (inexpensive) and accepted the fact they were going to wreck my feet for a while when they were brand brew. They discontinued them (I wonder why..) so I moved on to different brands, types. These days, I walk more than 5 kilometers per day so it's much more important to be wearing a good fitting, lighter, comfortable boot.

The pace I buy my boots now can get me half sizes (size 11.5 in Canada) which is super helpful because it really improves the fit. I've been wearing Blundstone boots and they are high quality. Lightweight, comfortable, no laces. They see a lot of kilometers, snowy/ icy steel, hot slag, sparks, steel chips. The grip is fantastic. The only thing I do for perfect comfort is replace the insole with a fitted orthotic or nice, supple foam.

Your feet and legs deserve good boots. A good boot isn't going to blister your feet, ever.
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All sizes available with plenty of stock. Thank you @PennyTrader
Never heard of the brand, thought it was shoes for dogs!
I've been wearing work boots daily for 16 years so let me offer you some advice. If your work boots need to "break in" before they stop blistering your feet, buy better quality work boots!!!! I used to buy Dakota 700s (inexpensive) and accepted the fact they were going to wreck my feet for a while when they were brand brew. They discontinued them (I wonder why..) so I moved on to different brands, types. These days, I walk more than 5 kilometers per day so it's much more important to be wearing a good fitting, lighter, comfortable boot.

The pace I buy my boots now can get me half sizes (size 11.5 in Canada) which is super helpful because it really improves the fit. I've been wearing Blundstone boots and they are high quality. Lightweight, comfortable, no laces. They see a lot of kilometers, snowy/ icy steel, hot slag, sparks, steel chips. The grip is fantastic. The only thing I do for perfect comfort is replace the insole with a fitted orthotic or nice, supple foam.

Your feet and legs deserve good boots. A good boot isn't going to blister your feet, ever.
I wear these boots for work. As comfortable as trainers imo.
These are rubbish. I currently have them on my feet. Make sure you use odour eaters because it doesn’t matter how clean you are they will make you feet stink!!!
Would be nice if they made them in a size 5. Women wear work boots these days too. About time these companies woke up to the fact.
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b33mine03/07/2019 10:40

Would be nice if they made them in a size 5. Women wear work boots these …Would be nice if they made them in a size 5. Women wear work boots these days too. About time these companies woke up to the fact.


Scruffs actually do a womens range. My colleagues wear them!
Get composite safety boots, much more comfortable with the same or better safety rating and I find they last much longer.
They ain't timbs
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