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Discussion in 'Industry Surveys & Polls' started by ClippersLC, Mar 15, 2010.
Chippewa loggers is the only way to roll + you cant kill them
How waterproof are they? Is it the Red Wing waterproofing or Gore-Tex?
I like gore-tex because I can stand in puddles all day, deal with rain all day, etc. and still have dry feet. A lot of gore-tex knock-offs aren't up to that task.
i bleieve that it is a waterproofing from red wing and NOT gor tex...ive gone all day in the rain through puddles and have had no wet feet since i bought them about a year ago.
I usually wear basketball shoes. I would much rather wear something else, but I am 6 foot 8 and wear a size 17 so I don't have many options.
we started wearing these Stihl LawnGrips this year, excellent value & comfort, heat, cold, rain - no problem. http://en.stihl.ca/p/images/content_zoom_480x320/en-ca/lawngripsshoebootZOOM_rdax_85.jpg
I am a one man show and wear these with steel toes
Wow hmmm those look nice.
I just bought a pair of New Balance waterproof 965 hiking shoes off eBay as this was my first pair starting out & overall they produced a very comfortable fit, were super efficient, so light weight and lasted a good 9 months with heavy use.
Tennis shoe/ Trail shoe when mowing- Salomon Speedcross (provides grip in wet lawns and bright shoe to catch peoples attention
Workboot- Danner BullRun or Danner Quarry
Here's the New Balance shoe that I just got in that I mentioned a couple posts up.
Merrell Reflex hiking boots. No other boot have I had that can take a beating while still being comfortable enough to walk in. Steel toe suck unless your in heavy landscaping/hardscapes.