On 2/6/2012 3:27 PM, David Robbins wrote:
> In my opinion the most important thing is a steel shank. A hard stiff sole
> also helps. A good heel notch as opposed to a flat bottom is also necessary.
As long as you are going for work boots don't forget steel toes which
are included in most work boots. Make sure they are comfortable.
> I prefer leather uppers because cloth would snag or tear on sharp galvanizing
> drip points or bolts.
> Of course comfortable enough to stand in for a couple hours at a time is
> In cold areas they should either be insulated or be big enough to allow thick
> socks or cold weather liners.
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