0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Red Wing shoes with composite toes are all made in outside the U.S.
Danner makes a safety-toe boot (the 'Striker') specifically for passing metal detectors...no metal anywhere, plus a plastic zipper on the side for easy removal if security (ie...airport) still makes you take them off. I use them for all commercial nuclear work. (They cost around $200 at the Danner outlet in Portland.)
I'm currently wearing a pair of Irish Setters (made by Red Wing)...they seem well-made, but aren't particularly comfortable.
converse desert with composite toe are da bomb.. best work shoe i ever had. zipper side with lace ups - may be hard to get in someplaces about $120. zappos has them I think.ive used them all and for support I like these the best.
Ok, Im starting to feel a little wierd on this blog. All this talk about shoes and shopping for them and clearance racks, and.....well you know.........those genes are suppose to be suppresed in me. I am 38 years old, 285 pounds of nuclear powered beastage, and am all man, but.......theres that feeling again......must resist urge to........shop........shoes.. .........turning into wife...........NNNNNNNNOOOOOO OOOO!!!!!!!!!!!
a year ago i found a deal on catepillar (same brand as the track vehicles) at sears. they are a low cut semi sneaker model. i have no complaints on this shoe after more than a year of 40 hours/week. i recommend them.
Page created in 0.109 seconds with 77 queries.