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This is Perfect Safety Boots
I bought This Safety Boots from a work wear shop to replace my old oliver Safety Boots.
This Safety Boots is an excellent boots and it protect me in slippery ground such as Oil and Water.
This boots is not slippery at all.
The Quality is excellent.
The Look is very sporty.
Overall, I am very happy with this Boots.
Oliver AT's are great. But the laces are terrible.
Have been wearing Oliver's for over 10 years now but the last 3 or 4 pairs I have purchased the laces fall apart after a couple months. I would recommend to Oliver to fit them with leather laces from factory.
Comfortable but fall apart quickly
Have had two replaced under warranty in the last 6 months (broken zip in first week and then top of foot lining all being worn away and tearing out in 2 months of use), apparently this is the last pair I can have under warranty so hoping they last... The comfort in them is awesome though even from new.
Oliver ATS All Terrain - Do Not Buy
I was issued Oliver ATS All Terrain boots through my employer and they look excellent quality. However there is a protruding part in the heal that had has given me terrible blisters ruining my swing on site and I had to change into gum boots and I have thrown the boots away.
Worst boots ever!
Hi your boot are great but why in two months does the lace break, are you cutting corners on this part???
I’m satisfied for the boot but it’s the lace that got meThey always seem to break and now I have to go out and spend more money to buy some more
Watch out for sizing
I have recently bought a pair of Oliver Women’s Black Zip Sided Boot and disappointed to find that the sizing is not true. I have always wear Oliver’s safety boots and gals to find they now come in women’s. I normally wear 39 so I double checked the sizing chart (which is the same as the men’s) so I ordered a pair in size 39. After I’ve received them and wore them for a couple of weeks they felt really uncomfortable. When comparing with my old boots I noticed that they are much smaller. This has wasted me $169 and I’m not happy about it.
Work Boot Quality
After reading these comments on here, it is worth knowing that boots these days do not last indefinitely even if not worn. The materials used in them start to deteriorate after a few months. They all have a manufacture date on the box and stamped on the sole. Some stores may have them sitting on shelves for months even years so have deteriorated to some extent in that time. If the box says a manufacture date of some 12 months or so previous,I'd leave them there. Tropical climates are worst for this as the humidity effects the materials used in ...their manufacture. From experience I've had boots that haven't been worn for 12 months and when worn the soul starts to come apart, and made worse living in a tropical climate. They all will do it,Olivers,Steel Blues, Blundstone and presume Mongrels although have never had a pair. This seems to be made worse by letting them sit for long periods and not wearing them. I hope this little rant helps people but someone from Oliver or any of the other brands would have explained this as they would know more about it than I. This is just what I've found over the years. I'm not suggesting that the above applies to all the comments on these pages.
Oliver Bootswith a cracked sole
My left boot sole has cracked, a clean break and is now in two pieces.
I Contacted Oliver who advised that as the boots were over twelve months old, bad luck too bad!!!
In my opinion Poor product with even worse customer service
Update, I was contacted by Someone higher up the chain from Oliver Boots who agreed to replace my boots!
Sore toes,leg cramped after long hours wearing, even size fitted,good water resistant.
I bought ladies slip on 49-430 for restaurant job...Wet resistant was good ,but after long hours wearing in work,sore feet whatever single sock or double up socks.Sore toes by hard steel cap,size 36 were fitted ,2 fingers space with sock on,side shaped fitted but, feeling like wearing a platform heel shoes,legs cramped.I reckon shoes design just too secure for safety but forgot the elastic need while your feet walking is rolling at the same time,$121 wasn't cheap ,so I decided to return when still in guarantee period.
The soles keep cracking.
This is the second pair of boots that has cracked across the sole.They can’t handle the bending and flexing when kneeling down and working at floor level.The company replaced the first pair and acknowledged that they may have been faulty.Its a shame as the soles and uppers are hard wearing.
June 29th 2019 Update: Soles have split yet again!!! Definitely a substandard product.
Sole on one shoe has split across the bottom.Do a lot of work at floor level and they cannot handle the sole flexing.This is not the first time this has happened to me.Have contacted them and asked that they replace them.Will advise this review of there answer.
Olivers are Crap since they changed the sole Tread pattern
I had an old pair of AT's with the fine line tread they were great never carried dirt inside never had a problem with them bringing in cow throp, so i bought a new pair but noticed the tread pattern had changed but thought id give them a go. Now it doesn't seem to matter how often you kick a post or rake them on the mud remover there is still chunks of dirt falling all over the Smoko Room floor and if not that prickles in the carpet Worst Tread Pattern ever for holding mud and prickles wont be buying them again
Please Sir, I want some more...….NOT!
We have a reasonable size office and have bought a suite of workboots for everyone. There is a major issue with the souls - they deteriorate and fall completely apart within minutes of starting to crack up.
I won't buy this brand anymore due to the multiple times I have witnessed this fault.
Quality and comfort not there anymore!
After being supplied oliver AT,S again after my last pair wore out after 12 months which was acceptable, looked foward to the comfort of the new pair but was dissapointed with the comfort and longevity of the new pair, 5 and a half months heel all cracked sole wore out, terrible quality soles! Great upper though! Paid extra for supposed quality! Oliver need to go back to old insole, heel cushioning, soles of 5- 6 years ago! Very disappointed Oliver! Old pairs were elastic sided new ones lace and zip wheat!
Soles disintegrating in two weeks of office use.
Bought a pair on special last year in March, So these boots are 10 months old in a box. I have just retired my old boots, same model and brand which I've had for three years with no issues. I have been wearing them since January and the soles are literally coming apart and the foam is disintegrating.
This must be that they have gone too far with the programmed obsolescence. So with the boots out of warranty, my only option is to buy another pair.
Stay away from this brand, quality is simply non existent.
Not what they use to be!!
After having 3 pairs of ATs over the last 7 years and getting a great run it was a no brainer to buy another pair ( even if the price had gone up A lot). Well after 10months of sitting behind a desk the heel pading has cracked up and fallen out , along with the bottom soles chipping away. Expecting warranty shocked to find out I only get 6 months warranty on a $190 pair of boots! Won’t be buying a 5th pair.
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Whats happened to the soles of the Oliver Work boots? They are still the most comfortable work boots to wear, but the soles don't last long anymore. We live in far north Qld, so the boots are being worn on the farm in tropical conditions & the soles start to fall apart & then just disintegrate at about 6-12 months old, while the upper boot is still perfectly good & just got worn in to the comfortable stage.. This has happened with the last 3 pairs I've had!
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