In your local area perhaps but there is stock near me (Tunbridge Longfield Argos)
No I believe you completely but I always like to look into things more I have been using metal ones because I’m really disabled, stroke at 36, arthritis, rare genetic disease. ME. So I’m petrified of plastic and lots of things i think I’m always looking for a reason why I’m so ill. If you know what i mean. Plus I’m a bit of a geek I love a good rese
(y) do feel free to correct me if you feel that what you find contradicts me as I wouldn't want to mislead people
Oh no I have not heard this before. Thank you for highlighting that I will now research. Still a good item heat from m
They run a bit small imo. (For women, that is. They’re women’s wellies.)
Well I'm a bloke but took a gamble would fit (realise women's shoes are frequently narrower if still the same 'size'). Pleased to say the size 9 I bought fit well despite me having quite wide feet so would say they're unisex. Find it difficult to dance in full size wellies so look forward to throwing some shapes in these when can eventually get back to a muddy festival ; ) Thanks OP!
Since CharlieFox26 seems to have had a bit of a bashing, here is the answer to why gender neutral clothing would be a good idea in certain cases that are applicable. Economies of scale. If you double the product run of a certain item, compared to having one run for men and a different run for a similar item designed slightly differently for women, then the price per product is less for the item that can be used unaltered by both men and women, by the normal principle of Economics :- Economies of Scale. Saves on setup costs for a start, one setup instead of two needed. I could bang on about more on this, but I left my Cost and Management Accountancy role a long, long, LONG time ago, and I do not want to relive it. However, the "should be" in the sentence that started all of this, is what I reject, there does not need to be any compulsion needed to make manufacturers make unisex stuff if they (and the buying public) do not wish for it.
I have always been a fan of all things Joules as I love the patterns and colours, and the quality of the cotton is great. My hubby seemed to think it was more of a woman's label what with all the flowerly prints but now he is collecting his own Joules wardrobe and comments regularly on the quality! It's nice to be right for a change!
I agree that they have some great quality items. I have their Woody Classic Fit Polo Shirt in both Grey Marl and French Navy and they're still looking good while my other polo tops are fading or looking worn out. I do love a good polo top and ended up with a wardrobe full of them because I can wear them at work or while chilling. Hollister are at the cheaper end wear and out quite fast as you'd expect, but AllSaints also wore out quickly and they were expensive. CK and Fred Perry are in the middle in terms of wear, but the Fred Perry top was super itchy and I had to take the neck label out in the end, which is crazy.