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    Question Warrington Pro 5000's

    How many folks have the new PW 5000's??? What are your opinions?? Buying a new pair and can't decide between the 4132's and 5000's...


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    I have some pro wellingtons that are Dept issue, but not sure what model. Whatever they are, they're great.

    You may want to do a search on this one. It has been talked about recently and probably won't draw a lot of replies.
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    PW 5K's

    Got em - love em - nuff said.

    O.K. - really. I bought a pair last December - got them abt Feb (factory backorder) and I really love these boots.

    They are extremly light - not much heavier than the 8" No Name station boots I wear

    Very comfortable - Case in point. 2 Weekends ago I was working as a Pit Road FF at Martinsville - I was in these boots for well over 6 hours a day both Saturday & Sunday - my feet never felt better (FWIW - I have flat feet and standing for any length nearly kills me).

    These boots are a little snug when you first put them on but after about 5 minutes they begin to loosen up and you hardly know they are there (till you go to take them off). There still snug enough that I can't just step out of them like I did Rubber Boots.

    IMHO - they are money well spent.
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