Questions To Ask Sellers Of Steel Cap Boots

With the abundance of the choices available in the market for steel cap boots, it is going to be difficult to find the best one. More often than not, you will have to go through different stores, brands, and models before you can make a well-informed decision. Although it may be demanding in terms of the time and effort required, such will be necessary to avoid putting your money to waste, and more importantly to be sure that your footwear will provide you with the protection that is needed.

In the rest of this post, I will identify some of the questions you should ask the sellers of steel cap boots or whatever safety boots you intend to purchase. By asking these questions, you will be able to gain insights on which one is the better choice.

How much is it?

This is perhaps one of the most important questions you should ask. Not that you really have to ask it upfront to the seller since it is already indicated in the price tag. It is just that you should evaluate if it is within the budget you have allotted. More so, keep in mind that price alone should never be the basis of the decision you are going to make. Being cheap does not always mean being better as this can lead into compensating the quality of the safety footwear. If you want nothing but the best, you must be ready to spend more as quality would often come with a premium price.

Does it come with a warranty?

A product warranty is important to have peace of mind with regards to the longevity of whatever you will buy. In Sydney and in the rest of New South Wales, one seller is popular because of their lifetime product guarantee – At The Coalface. Meaning, at any point in the future, even after 10 years, if the safety boots prove to be defective in any way, you can have it returned to them and they will issue a refund. This shows how confident they are about the quality and functionality of the products that they are selling.

What are the safety features?

When buying safety boots, it is important to go beyond the aesthetics of the product. It is more important to take a look at the safety features, which will be indicative of its functionality. Is it slip resistant? Can it provide me protection against the cold? Can it resist chemicals? Is it waterproof? All of these questions should be asked to the seller to give you more insights on whether to have one model purchased or to keep on looking. Consider your line of work to determine if the safety features are already sufficient.

Do you have another size?

Does it not fit? If the fit is not right, ditch it and ask the seller to provide you one that is perfect for your feet. Do not settle for a bigger or smaller shoe size just so that you will be able to grab it. More often than not, having the wrong size can damage your productivity at work, and more importantly it can lead into discomfort. Even if you liked a certain model or even if it is ridiculously cheap, if it is not your size, let go and just keep on looking for other choices. This makes it better to shop in actual stores where you can have the shoe fitted properly before it is purchased, unlike from online sellers where there is always a risk of getting the wrong size.


At The Coalface Boots, Workwear & Safety
5/281-283 Penshurst St
North Willoughby NSW 2068 Australia
(02) 9417 1292
info@coalfaceworkwear.com.au