Georgia mud dogs.
Georgia mud dogs.
Blundstone 990's are my favorite boots. Current pair still fine after 2 years of everyday commercial and rooftop work. They are killer comfortable, steel toe, electrically resistant, non-laced for easy on and off (residential homes), soles last forever. Great for winter wear, keeps my feet warm and dry.
Worked in the Philippines on a project with a bunch of Aussies and they were laughing at my laced up hot and heavy Red Wings. Tried out what they were wearing and that was 8 years ago. On my third pair.
Style 990 is what I have wear
Everyone I have ever turned this boot on to loves them.
This is the only place I know of one could purchase these, if interested
So far I second Aussie boots, although not blundstones, I have been using slip on redback boots (great barrier steel toe...actually composite) for over a year.
Other models of the boot are insulated and great for year round use, like the 990 series.
Cofra #643. Light weight, insulated, composite toe & sole, gel insole.
Irish setter steel toe, gotta have the tuff toe put on for 25 bucks tho, well worth it to me
the detroit mid is my winter boot, and the atlanta is my summer shoe :)
Anybody wearing Thorogood boots?
I am thinking hard about buying some on Tuesday, got a smoking deal made available to me on the 8" plain toe...
My feet are junk, several broken bones over the years and some arthritis going on. I have been wearing Justin work boots for over a decade, but looking for a change because the sole on the new boot is too soft for my taste. I walk five or six miles a day, so comfort and support is paramount, I also weigh about 240# and am 6'6".
I will NOT buy a boot not made here... (U.S of A).
3pt - sent this from his DUMB-PHONE
Love my Chippewa loggers. Heavy and expensive but my feet stay warm
And dry and I never slip walking through snow or ice and mud.
Got a box of shubee slip covers for
Carpeted customers houses.