They will last 5-10 years
i've tried to kill a pair, no way!
I know a few of you guys out there are tradesman/laborers. I just had to buy new boots for work, I like to go with quality (Timberland Endurance Pro is my choice...probably the most comfortable boot, shoe, anything I've put my foot into. Seriously, so comfortable!) Anyways, these run me about $185 before tax locally, as I always wait to buy boots when my last ones are already in the trash, I'm stuck with local retailers.
Decided to go online this time and I'm glad I did.
or the main page:
Long story short they have all the top brands (Redwing, Timberland, Carhartt ect ect.) with BY FAR the best pricing I've ever seen.
I bought 2 pairs, the 6 and 8" Enduro Pro (insulated, waterproof, steeltoe) for $180.63. Shipping was FREE.
I run a small business, so I'm on the hook for safety gear and whatnot, maybe your larger company doesn't supply you with boots... I used to buy the cheap 89.99 dakotas or whatever was cheapest. I went to a higher quality boot and wont look back. The price made me cringe at retail locations, but finding this site online left me pretty happy.
I work in an oily dirty shop with corrosive salts and the whole 9 under my feet. These boots lasted 2+ years.
From one to the next, I hope someone finds this site as useful as I.
I'm on year 15 with my Vibergs, new soles etc etc.
I think they were $300? when i bought them.
They'll last till i hang the tools up. (Soon)
17'2" Hourston Sportsman
115 HP Mercury Optimax
8 HP Mercury 4 Stroke
I get 6 months out of a pair of boots and thats it.. and Ive used all kinds.
MMM I gots a pair of work boots fer sale... never bin yused.
If you want nothing done,John Duncan is the man for the job.
Hey, just so I'm clear they been fixed more than once, and they aern't abused,
After all I'm an electrician.
But they are still the same boot, custom made for my goofy feet.
They have lasted the best out of any boot I bought.