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    Default What do you think of these boots?

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    You will not be sorry you bought them, I have had mine for about a year and a half and thry are holding up very well, as is the toe. on all the other leather boots I have owned, I would destroy the top of the toes and have to get new ones, that was before I knew they made toe protectors lol. I love em but are chilly in the winter, i thought, compared to others.

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    Had mine for almost two years. THE BEST BOOT EVER.

    Only downside - your feet get very cold in the winter.

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    good boot, comfortable. traction in snow and mud is not as good as the old rubbers, pricey, and if you are with a busy company you could see your self going through them quickly. I have had to buy a pair every two years.

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    If you ever wear lightweight shoe-fit boots you will never again be satisfied with rubber goose-steppers.

    I happen to wear Ranger LB's, but one member of my crew has the boots in your link and he swears by them.
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