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Old 02-25-2014, 01:25 AM
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I like these

http://www.wolverine.com/US/en/Work-Boots
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Old 02-25-2014, 02:00 AM
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for me those are too cumbersome and difficult to get on and off 29 times a day.
I got in and out of clients homes repeatedly, sometimes for meetings, sometimes 'just to visit', sometimes to go into their crawl space to turn on/shut off the irrigation main.
I also take boots off in and out of the office several times daily.
The whole logger boot lace up thing wasted 20% of my day.
But the 'old man' slip ons come off in the much when Im asking on a job site that's muddy.
I need a light but sturdy waterproof shoe that doesn't hold 3 pounds of mud in an overly aggressive nearly useless super lug on the sole, and I need it to be quick release, like ski bindings.

The all leather clunker, like those are ok, if you leave your boots on all day long.

In colorado, I used to wear Tony Lama Xtreme (TLX) but here, with the heavier socks Im almost always wearing, the slip on wellington type boot always takes the sock with it….annoying… Plus they look stupid with shorts… unless you're a hot chick.
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Old 02-25-2014, 11:43 AM
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First rule do not buy steel toes boots in the lawn care business!
I love red wing got fitted at red wing store and ordered last pair from amazon boot was 179. Plus tax total 198. At store
Amazon was 74.88 delivered that 123. Savings
They are currently 99. At amazon but wait for next 25. Off 100 purchase sale
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Old 03-01-2014, 10:34 AM
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vasque breeze

I just purchase the vasque breeze and they are light weight and very comfortable. A lot of my jobs consist of mostly walking behind the wlkr and so no need for steel toe. I give a reply on how long they last in the future. Oh yea, I had to buy them a half size up. I read others stating the same thing about the maker of the boot. It is true, buy bigger than norm. Thanks LCOs for all the replies. Great
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Old 03-16-2014, 05:25 PM
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I got my asolo's yesterday. $294. I told the sales guy I was wearing red wings and he said (that's cute). They had a boot with a metal shank running through the sole so it never flexes like for working on ladders.
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Old 03-16-2014, 05:39 PM
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I have had great success with Carolina c2828
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