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  1. How Much Arch Support Do I Need?

    How Much Arch Support Do I Need?
    One of the most critical aspects of footwear - though there are others - is arch support. Without proper arch support, your feet will not be happy, you will not be happy, and you can even wind up with damage to your feet, ankles, knees and more.
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  2. What Are Vibram Soles?

    What Are Vibram Soles?
    Boot soles are a tool, and it just so happens that Vibram makes some of the best for the various tasks that your work boots are called upon to do.
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  3. How Can I Waterproof Leather Work Boots?

    How Can I Waterproof Leather Work Boots?
    Leather boots can be waterproofed. Perhaps not to the same degree as rubber boots but certainly well enough for any conditions imaginable from typical North American climate to use in sub-arctic environments.
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  4. Is Roughout Leather Good For Work Boots?

    Is Roughout Leather Good For Work Boots?
    The rough out leather is THE SAME as grain leather in many cases; it's just that it's turned around! Therefore, a pair of roughout leather work boots actually is just as tough, just as durable, as a pair made with grain leather.
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  5. Are Work Boots Bad For Your Feet?

    Are Work Boots Bad For Your Feet?
    Custom work boots may require a little more investment, but you're also investing in yourself and your well-being. How much is not having foot, ankle, knee and lower back problems due to bad boots worth to you?
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  6. How Should Work Boots Be Fit - Very Tight or Loose?

    How Should Work Boots Be Fit - Very Tight or Loose?
    Don't settle for an alright fit when you can get a good fit right off the bat. Your feet are how you make your living and how you function as a human being. It's of vital importance to make sure they are cared for, especially for the man who works hard on his feet day in and day out. A good pair of work boots will cut down on fatigue as well as foot, knee, hip and lower back pain.
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  7. Composite Toe vs Steel Toe Boots

    Composite Toe vs Steel Toe Boots

    Whether composite toe boots or steel toe boots will be right for you...depends on your occupation and circumstances. Let's take a look when to consider composite or steel toe boots for work.

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  8. 6 Reasons To Consider Handmade Work Boots

    6 Reasons To Consider Handmade Work Boots
    A bootmaker that produces handmade boots usually asks you for more than just size and width. They want detailed measurements, and it's for a very good reason. You've probably looked at the cost of handmade boots and wondered if they really are that much better than factory boots that can be acquired for much less. There's no way the increase is that justified.
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  9. When To Resole Work Boots And When To Rebuild

    When To Resole Work Boots And When To Rebuild

    A quality pair of work boots is no one-and-done affair; you should be able to resole work boots and, if necessary, rebuild them. A quality pair from a quality bootmaker will be resoleable and rebuildable. When to do that, though?

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  10. Choosing Logger Boots For Work

    Choosing Logger Boots For Work

    One of the classic forms of work boots is that of logger boots. It's an incredibly popular design for the trade for which they are named, but many others besides. Anyone who is on their feet, doing heavy work on uneven terrain could consider them.

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