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red wing has a steel toe work boot called the king toe. it is a lot wider in the toe. they also make some insoles that you microwave and conform them to your feet. they cost $45.00 but have a 2 or 3 year warranty.i think the king toe in peoria sells for arround $130.00. been wearing them since they came out 2 years ago and love them
My Whites Smoke Jumpers should be here tomorrow . It's the arch support that does it for me. Crappy boots do a number on my knees,lower back and adds fatigue. I thought I could get by with a popular brand. ppffttt. No way Jose.
Ive gotten two years out of JB Goodhue Matterhorns (now called oilriggers). They are available through Weaver and Devore in Yellowknife (that's where I got mine, or many other safety supply/workwear outlets in the NWT. Just thought I'd give ya somewhere nearby Vince! Keep on plumbing up in the great Canadian north!
I have all ways liked red wing I have a few pairs, I like Danner exept they seem to take months to break in. Recently I have been wearing Columbia brand and they are very comfortable and they have lasted me a long time.