Dr's basically said that when your shoes start to get nice and comfy, it's probably because they are wearing out, time for new ones
Keith it looks like you got 7 months of wear and tear on them. With my bad feet, my doctor and podiatrist have told me to get new shoes for every 6 months of wear. If you wore these daily and worked in them 6-7 days a week (brewer's hours, right) I don't think you can expect more out of a pair of boots. When I worked on my feet 60-70 hours a week in restaurant kitchens, I bought new red wing boots at least every 6-8 months. Just my .02, it's never fun to have soakers though.
Quote from: 69franx on August 21, 2015, 02:59:27 PMDr's basically said that when your shoes start to get nice and comfy, it's probably because they are wearing out, time for new onesSounds like your doctors are sadists.