Grant Pemberton

  1. What Boots Are Required For Construction?

    There aren't any specific boots required for construction, but there are certain features that are. What kind of work boots you get are entirely up to you.

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  2. Will Leather Work Boots Stretch?

    Feeling a bit tight at first? A bit of pinching happening? Don't worry; a little bit is normal with new boots.

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  3. Are Work Boots Tax Deductible?

    Did you know work boots are actually tax deductible in some situations?

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  4. Can You Wear Work Boots To Work In An Office?

    You absolutely can wear work boots to work in an office. In fact, a growing portion of sales of certain work boot brands and styles are increasingly for casual use.

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  5. How To Dry Work Boots If They Get Soaked

    You're on the job site and your boots get soaked, either due to working conditions or a downpour from the heavens. What do you do?

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  6. What Are The Best Work Boots Money Can Buy?

    Large national brands have to cut corners somewhere to offer products at a price point that keeps them profitable since they deal in volume. They have to keep prices low enough for the buyer to not race for the back button.

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  7. Why Wedge Boots?

    Wedge boots are some of the best for work or casual wear, so long as you're getting them for what they do instead of what they don't.

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  8. Plantar Fasciitis, Boot Design And You

    What the best plantar fasciitis boots are - meaning boots that avoid it or can keep it from happening - has more to do with you than anything. It's what boots are best for YOUR feet.

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  9. How Do I Buy Good Work Shoes?

    The problem with most work shoes, and in fact most shoes in general, is that there are hundreds of manufacturers out there. And all of them use different lasts.

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  10. What Is Oil Tanned Leather?

    Oil-tanned leather technically doesn't exist, but it's the term that people use for leather that's finished a particular way. There's definitely oil involved, but the oil has nothing to do with tanning.


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