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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by detailed lawn care, Jul 19, 2006.
Does anyone out there have a pair of these shoes, and would you recommend buying a pair of them?
I've never heard of them or seen them. What are they called, do you have a site to check them out? Just curious.
they probably look like some type of golf or baseball shoe by the name of them
these are named lawngrip
wow they weight 4lbs each
I went to their website and read it. Check out one of the testimonials a customer gave:
I received my LawnGrips two days ago and I am quite happy with the fit. Now here is the problem. I am greatly impressed with look and feel of the product. I now have to decide if I should, in fact, wear them for lawn work. I was thinking of wearing them for special occasions such as weddings, bar mitzvahs, and other formal occasions. They appear too nice to wear in a messy environment!
--- Maurice, Hauppauge, NY
That's a load of horse crap if I've ever seen it!!!
I wouldnt wear the anywhere. Except MAYBE to mow in. I like my WalMart steel toed boots.. There light comfortable goot traction and affordable
Ihave had my LG's for about year now....I love em....they are steel toed which is nice, water proof and the soles do not load up with dirt, grass ect... I have worn them just about daily and I do a lot of walking around on both hard and soft surfaces and my feet don't hurt or bother me.
I'll buy another pair....
how much were they. I havent seen the site yet.
I found this in the archives
I own them and they are great. I wish i would have bought them sooner. I use them on a daily basis for landscaping as well, perfect for our industry