Hi, I work outside in the field. I wear boots because it's what I think of as work wear, but they aren't very comfortable after long hours and when I go hiking I wear sneakers, which got me to…Continue
"Actually these days combat boots are getting pretty decent; Vibram has made some gear that, although I was originally issued for work, I now where out and about. Probably not the most fashionable choice, but they are multifunctional. "
"It really depends on what kind of boots you like to wear. Remember that leather boots rarely feel fantastic right out of the box, they usually have to be worked in over the course of a week or two of hard wearing. Then they form around…"
"If you have actual work to do, and need to protect your feet while still maintaining some modicum of comfort, Red Wing is the go-to boot. Lightweight day hikers may be more comfortable most of the time, but when something heavy lands on your foot,…"
"Excuse the cut and paste, but it gave a good bit of info for the boot. I wore these for many a mile, and they kept my feet protected and dry. Incredibly light weight considering the construction.
American-made Danner Elite Series Fort Lewis Boots. A…"
"Why? What is it that you do that would preclude the wearing of a well built steel toed boot that was actually attractive when new?
Is ugly a requirement?
I judge boots on their quality of construction, fit, and utility. The…"
Make certain your toes have enough room. Wolverine's 8" lace on fits me perfectly. Steel toe or not, your toes shouldn't be squished into the end.
If you have a wide toe, Justin even has a square toed…"
"You can get comfortable boots with toe caps just make sure that they are wide enough and water thick socks. You are better off getting them from a shop and trying them on rather than buying online. Also like any shoe they will get more comfortable…"
"I have worn boots daily for most of my adult life, most often the work style boot you are discussing here, my preference is Justin Boots but I like Redwing and Ariat boots as well. During the winter I tend to wear lace ups and summer months the…"
"When I was young, I strongly craved "man" status. No one gave me any indication how to achieve it, and I did not see a way I could invent it myself. And I did try.
Now that I have it, I imagine that other young men want the…"
"Seen an interview with a preacher once, he said todays "men" are just boys who can shave.
Not all 21st century young adult males fit this description. Reckon it has a lot to do with how they were raise and/or if they actually want…"
"I will do Sir. It is an exciting time for me. My father was a mason, and it is something that I have wanted for so long. I had some life changing events happen this year and I can no longer put it off!"