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Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by ClippersLC, Mar 15, 2010.
I just bought a pair of Terra Rush Work boots. They are a hiking style and are Goretex lined.
My requirements for boots are steel toe, waterproof, and traction. I can find the steel toe and waterproof but I don't know what has happened with companies making these boots with a cheap, plastic sole or hardly any traction! I want some lugs on the bottom of my boots!
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Timberland steel toe low top shoe are the best for old feets like mine,100.00 bucks but are worth every penny!!!!!!!
i usually wear wolverine boot steel toe hiking boots
I wear soft toe Chippewa boots. They're comfortable and pretty durable
Thanks for the reply's. The traction on these boots are adequate?
Sneakers. Bought a pair at the store savers.. pretty cool looking actually. My ankles hurt after wearing boots for too long.
red wing steel toe loggers is my choice of footwear. comfortable, waterproof and plenty of ankle support. Great boot to wear and can go all day no problem.