And that's what I'm gonna do. Wait, sorry, I got distracted. Everyone talks about boots, so they get their own special forum.
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So im in my 4th year planting and this year I really want to find myself a pair of really good boots. I've went with the mark's workwarehouse steel toe boots but they only seem to last half the season. I've also used the Viking caulk rubber boots. They are good boots, just don't like carrying them around on chopper contracts and aren't really good for the fast land. Anyways just want some advice from some other vets
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if your not working in an area that you need caulks in, go for a pair of leather mountaineering boots. last year mine lasted two seasons (approx. 140 days) the price is steep (300 +) but its only 150 a season. they are the way to go.
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