A good pair of Rockys should do (not cheap ones) I've had my pair for over 3 years. I do have a big guoge(how do you spell that lol)in them but its better than having a guoge in ur foot (good thing the blade didnt cut that far)
I use either Danner or Rockies. Currently I have 2 sets of Rockies. A set of 4 inch uppers and 8 inch uppers. I have them over 3 years now and they are still going strong. They are both steel toe, water proof and insulated. I work in the electric utility business so they are exposed to all temps and enviorenments. They are dedfinatly worth the money.
2008 Jeep Rubicon 2dr with a 6sp manual transmission. I had forgotten how much I missed my other Jeeps.
When I was plumbing I used to wear redwings I had one set for 5 years till they showed their age and I bought another pair that I still have but I wear them when I ride my bike now since I left the plumbing field
Georgia boot...by far, i've got the mud dog series had em for 2 years and still no issues with em.
Originally Posted by The Mean Fish
......If hooking up some suspected terrorist's nads to a car battery yields a .001 % chance that we get a tiny bit of information that might save 1 American life I couldn't care less, red is positive and black is negative......
On another note, I DO NOT recommend teh Work Ones anymore, they had a problem with odors and such. My Lacrosse boots now are excellent! They are cheaper than the work ones, more comfortable, better built, and DO NOT STINK!!!
Its like a (silly censor)roach, the Wrangler - you can't kill it And now there's a four door. Joy.
REDBACK! I went with the tactical zip up boot, and will never go back!
They are the only steel toe work boot that does not give me trouble with my back & leg injuries!
That's #1 for a guy standing 9hrs + per day!
1998 TJ Moss [COLOR=darkgreen][B][SIZE=3]Green[/SIZE][/B][/COLOR] Sahara w/ numerous scratches & dents whose playground is on a tropical island that's 33 miles long and 4-12 miles wide, in year-round 82 degree weather.
I have had these for about 5 years. I'm 6"1 330lbs. 4 of those years were spent as daily work boots as a mechanic every day, using them as off road boots (riding atvs), and still wear them to work every day as an auto appraiser and (still seeing shops and junkyards everyday). The steel toe started showing through last week, soles still look newish not worn down, and they are the most comfortable shoe/boot I own.
I've bought 5 pairs of Dr Marten shoes, boots, sandles over the last 15 or so years, still have every pair and there not torn up yet.
That's what I've always heard, though I have used the slightly less expensive Wescos since 1980 (paid $89 for my first pair). Now Whites line boots are listed at $396 and Wescos are $445. Hope I can get at least a couple more years out of my 2 pairs of rebuilt Wescos, then retire...
1995 5.2 ZJ Sold... but still in the family