I have always worn steel toe cap boots in most jobs I have had but have never really found any which are comfortable. I can't wait to take them off at the end of a day.
Has anybody got any recommendations of any which are suitable for building site work which are somewhat comfortable? Fully waterproof and made to last are important. The pair I have now are a £60 pair of dickies and although they feel well built i can't wait to take them off.
I struggle as I'm a size 14 and not every style are available in my size.
Any particular brands to recommend?
Price not really an issue as i spend most of my day in them so I want the best. Can't really wear trainer types on the sites im working on and rigger boots are not allowed.
After wearing these boots for over a month I am now more used to them. I figured out it was better wearing one pair of decent socks than wearing a couple of pairs to try and make more cushioning. My feet don't hurt as much now at night and I would probably recommend them to other people but you definitely have to give them 2/3 weeks to break in. Maybe my feet are broken in, maybe it's the boots. They are dickies Medford boots.
Currently available for £40. They we're more when I bought them. They are still waterproof and alot better than when I first started wearing them.