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  1. #21
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    i like red wing but here in FL boots will cook your feet LOL
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    Noone told me lol


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    I recommend Thorogood, I use them and they are great.

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    Anybody tried Georgia Boots,looking at a few pairs.I usually wear Wolverine or Thorogood.Georgia boot has a pair with a rubber toe cap.i wear out a lot of shoes on the front toe area.Many years ago,I only bought Red wing.Today,they are very expensive, not made in the USA(Except a few models) and not as good as they use to be!!!

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    I'm wearing Frye and Wolverine 1000 Mile for 4 years now, they got out of shape a bit. But no holes or anything, stitches are sturdy as hell.

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    I just ordered a pair of Wolverine Warrior SuperFabric boots.They have a rubber toe cap.They are a new style boot from Wolverine.I will have to see how I like them.I have had good luck with Wolverine and Thorogood.I like the idea of the rubber toe cap,I wear a lot of boots out in that area of the boot.The onlybproblem with nice boots is,They are too nice to work in!!!!

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    I just got another pair of wolverines myself. Got to be my 25th pair at least. My prior pair was about 9 months old. Had a little more life in them but none too presentable.


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    Any body have an opinion on Sketcher work boots? Not made in USA but I like their regular shoes but curious about the boots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by safebustr View Post
    Any body have an opinion on Sketcher work boots? Not made in USA but I like their regular shoes but curious about the boots.
    I definitely have an opinion, not based on trial though.....


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    I really like these shoes Delta Plus SAGA S3 SRC for work. The sole is made of polyurethane and rubber for increased durability of the shoes.

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    I've been stuck on Timberlands for my last 2 pair. Really really liking them, most comfortable I've ever had.

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    In need of suggestions/advice for work boots

    I would appreciate everybody’s input that kindly can offer some information I want to buy my fiancé a new pair of work boots as his Timberlands are completely worn down to no soles and are worn thru at the toe boxes… after only about 8 months. He owns his HVAC, heating, refrigeration business and works nonstop so I want to surprise him with the best pair out there. I don’t know all the standards the pair should have for safety. I’m just learning more about the business since I’ll be doing all the office end of it. He’s indoors/outdoors, all weather, ladders, roofs, oil, ice, etc. A bad knee and back. Any kind of information I receive from anyone is sooo appreciated!! Thank you!

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    I would look at Wolverine website, also call them.They are very helpful.They are good for the money.Redwing may be better, but quite pricey.I'm happy with most of my Wolverines

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    piggy back to say Ive had redwings for a few years that have lasted very well

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