Hi guys. My name is Lee, from Uplands Plumbing and Heating, in Swansea. I just want to give you a quick review on a pair of MukGuard overshoe boots, that I was kindly sent a few days ago. So straight to it. The product itself, when it arrived, comes in a little presentation box, as you can see, with a bit of brief instructions on the back, and then pulling it out is simply...
You can see on first inspection, you get a little D clip, metal D clip, which personally I think is a good idea, so you can hook them up somewhere in the van, easy to find, not going to lose them, are you. The product itself seems to be made of a neoprene material. Very similar to like a wetsuit. Got a bit of give, which is good. The stitching, where it's put together, looks sturdy. Again, looks like it's not going to come apart too easy, which is a good thing. Quite deep foot, which is also good for the steel toe caps, which most of us guys wear nowadays.
On the bottom, it's a bit of logo, which I presume also doubles up as an anti-slip feature, stop you're slipping on tiles, wood surfaces, and so forth, when you're on customer's property.
This then brings me on to the negative, unfortunately, and that is that they just don't fit. Well, not these anyway. When I put the order in, it asks you for your shoe size, so I give them my shoe boot size, size 10. Size 9/10, was the one for the dropdown. Select that. I say, when they arrived, tried them on and they just didn't fit, which is obviously a bit disappointing, and obviously a major negative. So I did sort of expect maybe wrongly, that the company would have taken the fact that we're wearing boots, into consideration when making them, but I suppose on reflection, you probably need to look at maybe going up a size. So again, if you're a size 10, you're probably going to have to jump up to 11 or 12. I think if you're probably a size nine, you'd probably get away with them. No problem. But definitely for size 10 guys, if you're wearing boots, like I am, you've got scruffs, then they just don't fit. So, unfortunately, I can't give you what they're like to wear.
I shall be returning mine. See if I can get another size, and then possibly maybe give you a further update. Well, sorry it's a bit short and sweet, but hopefully if nothing else, you've taken on board, the fact that you maybe need to consider going up a size when ordering. Okay. All right. Cheers guys, all the best.