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Hello Gents I've got pretty wide feet think flippers and a touch of plantar fasciitis or policemans heel from working on concrete floors for years and I'm constantly looking for boots which don't cripple me
I recently tried a make I hadn't tried before "Solidgear" made by Hultafors
Sorry for my weak english and posting.
I'm working better than my sellers two years or more, and I wear shoes worn, but they do not seem to last, whether the stitch is restored or starts to get rid of bits. The last pair was bought, repaired after two or 3 weeks, so my wholesaler changed the...
My last pair of boots got completely destroyed during my last job. I need a new one, preferably with steel toes. I'm browsing through this guide https://handymanpoint.com/buying-guides/best-work-boots/and am hesitating between the Thorogood Men's American Heritage 6" and Timberland PRO Men's...
have for sale size 11 toeguard jumper boots there owned by snickers so good quality.
Have been worn for one day, all my colleagues wear trainer style boots but they are not for me.
£30 + post
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I'm due for some new work boots I've always work Adidas LA Trainer for work but my toes are getting tired of being bent back all day so I'm gonna go for some steel toe boots I'm thinking...
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I have better getting and wearing scruffs work boots from my wholesalers for 2 years or more. But they dont seem to last. Either the stitching comes undone or bits start to come unglued. The last pair I bought the stitching started to come undone after 2 or 3 weeks so my wholesaler changed them...
Been having a nightmare with my gear recently, everything seems to be giving up on me! So now my boots are knackered... Lace hole has torn so now i can't tie them properly, i've been looking at replacement boots and can only find them for £50-60. Is that the normal price or does anyone know...
recently i've been wearing trainers, but i've ran out of old trainers, and i think i'd like some decent work footwear that is comfy and hear wearing, steel toes not really necessary but not fussed.
i'd prefer to be able to slip them on and off, so boots would be out of the question. from that...
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bought a set a of grafters a while ago
after 2 months of apprenticeship they are falling to pieces
what do you recommend?
don't have a clue what to go for, am tempted by dr martens as ive got a pair of there normal boots and like em
what type of foot wear does people wear to work ?
i had a chat with a good family friend son who a Sparky about this question
i said i like "Dewalt" Rigger boots
and he said it likes Trainers
so i tho ill ask on here as there alot of Members in here
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