I like the price I also like that they are slip-on, I don't want to have to lace up boots.What boots do you recommend? I haven't found any that I love.
I wear pretty basic calf-height work boots. The key (for me at least) was to get some with decent support. The disposable insoles really help me too. http://www.shoesforcrews.com/sfc3/index.cfm?changeWebsite=US_en&route=c_store.viewDetailsOfProduct&partnumber=2060
Thanks, let me know.+1 to good boots and a change of clothes, all the way down to underwear. Worse burn I ever got at brewery was on my foot, stupidly wearing tennis shoes. Make sure the boots you buy have excellent support. I used to run 30 miles a week but my feet never hurt the way they did standing on concrete for a year in piss poor shoes. You might want to look into some inserts, too.What boots do you recommend? I haven't found any that I love.
Definitely a change of clothes and eye protection.
I love the pair I have now. I'll send you the name tomorrow (I think they are called "Rocky" or something, I'm off today). Totally water proof and I can stand in them all day.
I had a pair of Red Wings and they were comfy as hell on concrete but they fell aprt under a year.