V12 Torque IGS V1940
The Torque IGS is a sturdy, comfortable hiker, offering a lightweight nano composite toecap and protective midsole, for comfort and durability. Constructed from advanced materials, this grey toned, leather free hiker is completely Vegan friendly and fully ESD compliant. An innovative IGS rubber sole ensures superb grip on all surfaces and increased cushioning underfoot with a full length EVA midlayer.
Number reviews: 6
Overal rating: 5
Review for V12 Torque IGS V1940 by S.I.A Property Services20th January 2020
New boots normally take a bit of getting used to, not these! straight out the box for a 14hr day and they were like I’d been wearing them in for months. Lightweight comfortable and not overly bulky for wearing for domestic jobs.
Can’t fault them at the minute hopefully they’ll stand the test of time as well
Review for V12 Torque IGS V1940 by Afterglow Plumbing & Heating Ltd19th January 2020
Recently had these work boots, I usually only wear trainers to work as I only work in domestic houses. But I’ve found these boots to be pretty good, not to heavy, quite stylish and really warm for winter. Good grip on the shoes too can see them lasting a long time. Overall really happy with them. I will be purchasing the fabric shoe covers to go over them too
Review for V12 Torque IGS V1940 by DCB Plumbing & Heating18th January 2020
I often go between boots and trainers at work, I find boots aren't comfy or are very heavy to wear everyday.
I just recently got these boot, THEY ARE THE MOST COMFORTABLE BOOTS IV EVER HAD!!!
Excellent built quality. Would definitely recommend
Review for V12 Torque IGS V1940 by iGas Heating Ltd18th January 2020
Most comfortable boots I’ve ever worn. Normally when you were new boots it takes a while for them to break in but these were comfy straight out of the box
Build quality seems good so should outlast most other boots
Review for V12 Torque IGS V1940 by Mikes Machine Maintenance18th January 2020
Fantastic when you get a pair of boots straight out of the box and wear them with out the need to break them in
The dual comfort insole i thought may be a gimmick but does help keep feet cool and brilliant shock absorption helping save your ankles so great to wear all day even the soles on these boots go beyond standard boots having firefighter standard ladder grips that I have noticed are brilliant when working up Ladders especially when reaching out makes you feel far more comfortable and offering superior grip in all cases not just up ladders these soles are fantastic even on the ground offering a superior grip to my normal puma rio safety boots
Review for V12 Torque IGS V1940 by SAFGas Ltd18th January 2020
Having opened my first delivery of V12 work boots last night (Thu) , I wore them today & found them really comfortable tbh......
As a Gas guy on the domestic, I haven't worn these type of boots since doing site work over 8/9 years ago!!!!! I found that being on my knees most days, the toe cap (whether steel or not!) always rubbed or dug into my foot at the side - if you know you know .... So after my first day in boots again after a while, I'm pleasantly surprised. When I felt them hurting a little while on my knees, I changed my foot/toe position - which granted I could of probably done years ago - & I could kneel comfortably with the support of the boot easily. I also feared they maybe too big & clumpy but I didn't feel they were.
Been looking in Screwfix for example for a while but none of them looked this comfy which is why I picked them & extremely pleased with the purchase so far, 5 STAR #V12workboot
Number video reviews: 4
Hi, everybody. It's Dave from DCB Plumbing and Heating. And today I'm doing a Tool Talk Review for Expert Trades, and I am a founding member. Today, I'm just doing a one-year review for something I've actually already reviewed before. It's the V12 Torque Safety Boots. I've been using these boots for just under a year at the moment. I technically, at this moment in time, don't have them on, because they are a little bit mucky from yesterday's jobs and I'm too busy to be cleaning them, unfortunately.
To be fair, they've been fantastic safety boots. They are very, very comfortable. They are very, very durable, water resistant as well. As always, the toecaps are starting to peak through. I would say they've lasted a little bit longer than normal safety boats, but they are the right money, and they're comfortable enough that I'm definitely going to be buying some more. I think my last set came from Tool Station. I actually don't know if they still sell them there. But yeah, I'll definitely be getting some more because they've been a fantastic safety boot. So, for durability and for hard-wearing, they've been great. And for comfort, they've been 10 out of 10. So, definitely, definitely recommend. And that's my one-year review, so take care of everybody.
Hello everyone Lee Woodgate from iGas Heating Limited. Today I'm just going to be doing a follow-up review on behalf of Tool Talk TV and expert trades. Talk about these bad boys again, I've had these about a year now, I don't wear them every day. I will be honest, not every single day but, they've had quite a lot of wear out. As you can see, toes are still in pretty good nick, laces are still there. No clips are broken. I don't know if you've used the DeWalt Apprentice Boots before, which I used to feel that they was the comfiest boots you can get for a good price, but they lasted probably three, four, maybe six months best. Then you started getting your laces snap. Your toes wear very quickly, these have lasted I'd like to say about a year now.
So value for money, incredible. Still comfy as hell, but like I say they're hard-wearing. If they're going to last that long, I didn't expect them to last that long, but they have, because especially when you get a comfy, but you don't expect them to last because they're not rock-hard like some of the things you can buy. But yeah, decent. Absolutely love them. Really recommend them, good price, durable, reliable if you'd like and, good-looking. Look good in a pair of shorts. Cheers.
Hi, guys. Dan here from SIA Property Services. I'm just doing a quick 12 month update review on the v12 safety boots that Expert Trades sent me last year.
So all in all, still in good nick. Plenty of grip still on the bottom, which helped me this weekend. I was putting a fence up on a really muddy garden and I didn't stack it once. They also kept my feet dry. It hammered it down all weekend, so that was a real positive.
The toecaps are still clean. They're not coming through yet. The bridges on the tops, this is just a bit of cosmetic. It's a little rubber tag that's snapped on one side, but it's cosmetic. The bridges are still good. Only little thing, the laces. This seems to happen a lot on work boots. Oh, that's just completely come off. But yeah, it seems to happen a lot on work boots. The lace has peeled the outer core from the inner core. Not the end of the world, 12 months old, new set of laces. The padding's still there, still give me plenty of protection on my ankles.
So yeah. All in all, would I recommend them and would buy them again? Yes, on both counts. They've got another 12 months left in them, no problem. So yeah, recommend them. Cheers, Expert Trades.
Hello. My name is Scott Priddy. My company is SAFGas. We do boilers, heating, boiler servicing, and breakdowns. And today I'm here to do a Tool Talk review for Expert Trades. I live in South Birmingham and at the moment I'm over the Waseley Hills to do Tool Talk review on these, the best boots I've ever had. The V12 work boots.
So no cows in the field today. So I've just slipped them off to show you what 14-month old pair of V12 boots look like. I'll say they've had a rigorous workout. I guess, in those 14 months, on average I have worn them four days a week, and as I put on my written review for Tool Talk last year, the toe protectors are not metal, so they're a lot easier on the foot and they're not so heavy to wear, but yeah, that's what they look like.
I first purchased these boots in January 2020. It's now May 2021. You've only got to look at my Strava profile to see how much I walk. Granted, I don't walk in them every day, but being in domestic properties a lot, I don't wear them every day for work either, but they have had some rigorous workouts. Having worked all my life 30 years, 18 of those been in the corporate world and having to have company issue, I can safely say I've been through a fair few pair of boots in my time, but these are definitely the most comfiest. For 50 quid, they're an absolute bargain.
So I think it's safe to say now you've seen them after 14 months, they're the best boots I've ever had. I'll never buy another pair of boots, so it's about time I went and bought another pair of these, isn't it?
Thank you. Cheers.