Best Boot?

Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by BandBLawncare, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. Doreen

    Doreen LawnSite Member
    from york pa
    Messages: 4

    Red wing work boots
  2. cutter13

    cutter13 LawnSite Member
    from MN
    Messages: 2

    Danner Pronghorns
  3. Bryan27

    Bryan27 LawnSite Member
    Messages: 152

    That looks exactly like what I'm looking for! I don't like boots that carry a lot of bulk above the ankle, that bulk seems to only serve as a place to funnel debris into the boot and give the feeling of a less supported ankle. I had a pair of Vasques many years ago and they make a very high quality boot, unfortunately there isn't a very good selection around here and I ended up with some Merrells that aren't exactly what I'm looking for, but still a good shoe. What I like about the hikers over typical work boots is your foot tends to come down flatter with better ground contact than a heeled work boot, really protects those ankles. My feet feel better after a day in hikers than they do in regular work boots too.
  4. Valk

    Valk LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,760

    Those are all good points about quality footwear for our line of work.

    While I can't say that Vasque Breeze don't allow debris in from the top, I can say they're better than other brands I've tried. AND, they're cooler than other important quality I've come to appreciate.

    Bryan27, if you ever get yourself a pair of Breeze I'd love to hear your review: for better or worse.

    Anymore, I order my boots online, and if you're unable to try them on first to find your size in a particular model/brand...I'll recommend finding your "Euro size" and cross-correlate w/in your desired model/brand. I've rarely been let down with this method. Kudos to for how they operate their I use them 90%+ of the time and usually save 25-30% off of retail by waiting for their best sales.
  5. EarthlyMaintenanceService

    EarthlyMaintenanceService LawnSite Member
    Messages: 11

    I like the Georgia Boot "Mud dogs" Rubber lowers and leather uppers.
    I also have a pair of 18" Red Head Snake Boots great for weed eating and
    any surprises.
  6. Lovemy3sons

    Lovemy3sons LawnSite Member
    Messages: 35

    [dBLawncare;4952992]Last year I wore some Caronlinas and I liked them pretty well.

    Bought some CAT Duncans today but not steel toe.

    What do you all wear?[/QUOTE]

    I will tell you right now the best boot ever is Wolverine. Particularly the durashocks
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  7. whiffyspark

    whiffyspark LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 6,568

    I want to pick up some mucks this year
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  8. Southern Lawn Care  LLC

    Southern Lawn Care LLC LawnSite Senior Member
    from Alabama
    Messages: 314

    I wear Ariats work hogs. In summer I wear Ariat Terrians. They are a hiking type boot. I like redwing boots also. The Ariats are a lighter boot though.
  9. Lovemy3sons

    Lovemy3sons LawnSite Member
    Messages: 35

    You can go jogging in Wolverine durashocks that's how comfortable and light they are. Best Price I found was on amazon.
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  10. TPendagast

    TPendagast LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 11,116

    Everyone in AK wears mucks or bogs now that Xtratuffs are made in china, which is so hilariously ironic, since mucks and bogs areĀ…. made in china!

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