I have to admit, I'm very particular about the boots I wear on the job-site. I've been an electrician for over 20 years and have tried every boot imaginable. You name it, CAT, Red Wing, Timberland, Wolverine, etc, etc, etc. I've only been wearing these a short time, but thus far, they are as good or better than any of the RW's, Wolverines or Timberlands I've worn in the past and only 100 bucks to boot! Every pair of boots I've ever owned lasts one year. When you're paying 175+ for boots, you get annoyed at having to replace them every single year. They are comfortable all day, (10+ hours), my feet stay dry, toe box is perfect size and they're very stylish. I'll post another update after a few more months, but, if these hold up at least a year like all of my other boots in the past, this is my new permanent boot! Get off the label wagon and give these a shot, you won't regret it and you'll have some money left over to buy some tools!!!
Only had the boots for 4 months and already broke down and they cause a lot of pain due to lack of support. I suggest not buying and sticking to te bigger brands like Wolverine and Timberland. I thought I would give them a try and very sorry for not sticking with wolverine. Dont waste your money.
When are yall going to have more?
I work with concrete and a/c slurry and the boot are made with tough martials bulit to last. I walk between 8 to 10 mike a day they are comfortable, I will repeat buying those boots again and again.
My son wanted these boots for both winter and boat building class. Very warm and sturdy!