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I got these boots and was pretty pleased taking them out of the box, look great, comfortable as hell. A lot of cushion and padding in these things. More than my previous pair of Wolverine Buckeye loggers. I had them broke in to a comfortable state in about 3 days. I work in a factory now so most of my day is spent on concrete which makes the weird curved feel of the lugs on the sole a little odd to walk on for a couple of days but I got used to it and the soles eventually wore a little more flat. Tread cleans out pretty good, the uppers are stiff enough to give good support for climbing and unlike other loggers I've had you don't twist your ankles as much walking/running in the woods/brush They kept my feet dry all winter, but....
In the past month or so the leather covering the composite toe cap tore just a little and has continued to get worse, I'd say 70% gone on the toe cap. I figure the waterproof feature is pretty much gone with that. Other than that leather wearing out in less than 6 months and the initial weight of them (you just get used it), they're a great boot.
As I said, very very comfortable as compared to Wolverines, Docs, Schmidts, Carolinas, etc, If i can figure something out for toe coverage on them I'll get another pair.
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