I'm looking to get some non-work boots and would like to get a USA made product. I was looking at the Danner Forest Heights and some Red Wing boots (iron ranger, beckman). Anyone have any experience…Continue
"I'm glad I'm not the only one with this problem! I have been searching for quite some time trying to find jeans that fit like the first picture you have shown us. I also see guys wearing perfectly fitting jeans just like that, I just…"
"Work boots... I am a lineman for a utility company and my boots are important to me as you can imagine. I keep four pairs available, two for summer and two that are insulated for winter. All made in the USA. Previous posters are…"
"Found this site lingering in my bookmarks menu. The concept looks great (crafted in the USA) and so do the boots. I can't vouch for them though, they are a little out of this guys price range.
"I may have missed it elsewhere, but what specifically do you want/need boots for? Is there something in particular you are planning on using them for, or are you looking for some good looking boots just to wear about your day? I…"
"I've worn Dunham boots for a long while now. Hold up well for my job, while I'm on my motorcycle, and when out doing yard work and the like. Not too pricey and from what I can tell they're a subsidiary of New Balance,…"
"I've noticed a trend among some boot makers, including my favorite brand. Only their high-end boots are made in the US and they have started to import some of their low end boots.
Those companies don't openly advertise this, of…"
"I am a big fan of Red Wings. I have worn steel toe Red Wings for my work boots for years. They are consistently high quality, well made boots. I also like that I can take them to the RW store anytime I want for a free pair of new…"
"Real true, Rick. I think I can add a little more.
In my cased doing stuff with my Dad definitely was something I wanted and generally got. Fishing, travel, learning to drive, etc. In my case I had to learn to do some things on my…"
"How am I racist in stating that "Black N' Mild" cigars are particularly popular among poor, uneducated black youths? Are you oversensitive, entirely new to the world of demographics and marketing, or just plain deeply stupid? "
"May have posted this before, but here: I'm a member of the Barbershop Group here and have been going to old-time barbers for 30 years now.
The traditional barbershop is a mancave that I socialized into as a boy with my Dad and…"