Popular budget workwear brand Dickies has added three styles to its footwear range, which all feature the company’s new DTI soles.

The soles have been designed with the help of footwear experts to offer improved comfort with a soft midsole, while providing extra grip and being fuel and oil resistant.

A close up on the feet of a person wearing the Andover boot while walking through a muddy puddle

The Andover style is available as a shoe or boot

First up is the Trenton Pro – which retails at £60 – and features a steel toe cap, waterproof membrane and a zip fastening for quick access.

The Andover is available as a shoe or boot and has metal-free protection within the toe caps and midsoles, with the shoe setting you back £47.50, whereas the boot is the cheapest of the new range at £40.

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Dickies Cameron boot

The Cameron boot is available in three colourways

The last new boot is the better-looking Cameron, which benefits from a composite toe cap and non-metallic midsole and is available in three colourways, retailing at £50.