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Discussion in 'EDC Clothing' started by MikeySnyder, Apr 7, 2010.
mine are black camo, but I couldn't find a suitable sized pic
Ive been wearing carhart boots. I dont know the name of the model but they were on clearance at bass pro lately and cost $120 at tractor supply. Ill also wear my walmart knock off timbs for yardwork.
danner acadia and danner ft.lewis
Found these on a Treasure hunt today .. I'll wear them for short biking trips 10/20 mi. or so ..
These are extra comfortable and more durable than they look and feel, ( from my past experience with Tiger shoes ,) .
I tend to buy/wear shoes that are: High/first quality,
Very comfortable (if carefully chosen for various wearing purposes),
Deeply discounted, and last but not least, Don't match anything ..
That way you can wear them with anything . Perfect !
Chameleons are amazing. I have a pair of the full leather wraps and the Axioms. I find merrells extremely comfortable, I'm pretty much always wearing them.
I also have a pair of mid, GTX merrell hiking boots (forget the model) and merrell watershoes. I have been extremely happy with all of them.
Redwings 13" lineman boot for heavy abuse
doc martin(english made) 6" boot above normal use
vans skate shoes for every day stuff
flip flops for when I'm not in the mood to wear anything
I ware Deck shoes... Comfortable
Pair of black Chacos for the warmer weather.
Sanita Professional, Closed Back Clogs....not the most fashionable thing, but my feet NEVER hurt, and stay cool. I've worn them for everything from dress wear to traipsing in the deserts of Africa.
Converse Tactical, zip-sided:
(Note that I didn't pay anywhere near that much for mine...)
Just bought these at REI today! Lovin' em!
Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra GTX Trail-Running Shoes
Typically a pair of whites but they're quite heavy. Great protection though.
I almost always wear the Wolverine Raider work shoes. Love them.
Either a black or brown pair of Blundstone 550s.
But lately, I've seriously questioning buying anything that isn't Norwegian welt construction (i.e Limmer) because as I understand it, if its not Norwegian welt construction (sole stitched to the upper), then the default are shoes that have their soles glued on to the upper. Its made me think about all those really tough looking shoes out there, and some of them really pricey too, that are held together with glue (including my Blunnies).
Depends what i'm doing, Gym-Asics, Work-Pointy leather shoes, Casual-Suade timberland boots or plimsolls then a few pairs of trainers and such
For work I wear Justin steel-toe work boots or a pair of wolverine steel-toe with the durashock soles. At home I wear Ocean minded flip flops, Croc flip flops, Croc slip ons, or my Sanuks. For the trail I have a pair on Keen hikers.
Second on the Saloman approach shoes. Love the lacing system. Almost as quick as slip ons but a lot more support. Just a great shoe
xx13xx - you pretty happy with those "shoes"? I've been thinking about trying them but really wary because the don't look like the provide any support - almost more like socks than shoes. Would love your rating on them.