BON usually makes a great product. These spiked shoes, leave much to be desired.
I am a general contractor, and recently bought two sets of these for a nasty floor we were stripping of black tar mastic. These spiked shoes arrived, and we realized they take about 20 minutes to assemble. The spikes on the shoes are bolts that come in a baggy.
After we fumbled around with the tiny parts for what seemed like forever, we strapped them on. That is when we discovered two more fatal flaws with this inferior product. The straps are very poorly designed and are a cheap, elastic (much like what you would have on a pair of underwear, believe it or not!) and don't tighten on your boot enough to feel secure slopping over wet tar. The next problem is the size. Come on, these are designed for contractors, not little boys! They are TINY! I wear a size 12 (the recommend using a steal toe boot, which I do anyways - Red Wing Pecos) and about 25% of my foot was hanging over the toe of these shoes.
If those things were not bad enough, here comes the most annoying part... Remember the bolts I mentioned earlier? Yeah, the 'spikes'. Well, no matter how tight you make them the nuts work there way off, then you lose your nuts in your mastic or resin. No fun digging them out, and even less fun fumbling with the tiny nuts when they are covered in construction grime. One of my employees was over the boots in about 5 minutes, I fumbled and tripped on them for a few hours before I finally tossed them in the dumpster with a cuss. Keep looking guys, and when you find some that work please shoot me a message!
Bon's spiked sandals are used for installing epoxy floors. The 3/4-Inch spikes are firmly attached to a flexible plastic sole with nylon straps. Use with steel toe safety shoes.