Need steel toe and preferably waterproof
Red Wings are great.
As well as their Chinese made offshoot, Irish Setters.
I have one pair of Red Wings, two pairs of Irish Setters and they're all great.
I use timberlands. Love em.
After thinking about it, it's all gonna be anecdotal advice dude.
What brands are you considering?
No brands in mind. Heard good things about red wings. Not opposed to spending up to around $200
My ariats were $200, steel toe and waterproof. I'm literally tromping through 3-4 feet of snow everyday and my socks never get wet. They're my favorite work boots I've ever owned.
I love Redwings.... especially the Irish Setter line.
They come broken in and are extremely comfortable. They run around $150
MrYacob - I love Redwings.... especially the Irish Setter line.My hunting boots are Irish setters and it blows me away how comfortable they are. Great support and I've stepped in some deep water / mud multiple times and not felt a drop Inside.
Best boots I've owned
How about for long hours on concrete floors? My arches have already fallen, so I'm boned that regard =/
Gojjira - How about for long hours on concrete floors? My arches have already fallen, so I'm boned that regard =/That can happen? I was going to post a thread asking for what to wear. This concrete floor shit has my back and feet killing me.
I've got steel toe Keens that are waterproof. Great boots. In the heat or the cold. I've got two years out of them and could easily see another year.
SMOKING MANHOLE - Thorogoods
Gojjira - How about for long hours on concrete floors? My arches have already fallen, so I'm boned that regard =/This. I'm in construction and on flat concrete all day. Rains a lot that's where the waterproof comes in
In. Boot allowance finally approved. For office work. What should I look at? Winning!
Timberland ripsaw has been a pretty damn comfortable boot for me. They run around $200. I've worn Carolinas for years and they don't compare to the comfort of my timberlands. Durable too.