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Home Depot has Select Men's Work Boots & Shoes (Wolverine, DeWALT, & More) on sale up to 50% Off. Shipping is free. Thanks gramacc

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Great find. As a builder I only buy Keen or Dewalt for work boots very comfortable and durable. I recommend the aluminum toe over steel. It will not be quite as hot in summer or cold in winter. Stay away from Caterpillar boots. They have a thin layer of padding that wears out fast. Within a couple months you will feel like you were walking on concrete without shoes.
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Great find. As a builder I only buy Keen or Dewalt for work boots very comfortable and durable. I recommend the aluminum toe over steel. It will not be quite as hot in summer or cold in winter. Stay away from Caterpillar boots. They have a thin layer of padding that wears out fast. Within a couple months you will feel like you were walking on concrete without shoes.
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I normally wear Keen and second Caterpillar turning on you. Mine normally last well over a year with metal falling on them and welding. Cats made it a few months and self destructed while feeling like rubber boots. I always change insoles and nothing helped those. Wanted to try some Timberlands so this looks like the opportunity. Many get the pull on Ariat at my work and keep them in the vehicle. Looks like I have a lot of research to do.
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I normally wear Keen and second Caterpillar turning on you. Mine normally last well over a year with metal falling on them and welding. Cats made it a few months and self destructed while feeling like rubber boots. I always change insoles and nothing helped those. Wanted to try some Timberlands so this looks like the opportunity. Many get the pull on Ariat at my work and keep them in the vehicle. Looks like I have a lot of research to do.
Try Cabela boots. I usually consistently get more than a year and you can't beat their warranty. Prices are good too when they go on sale.
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I tried the DeWalt Helix boot and it was really comfortable.

Had it for about a week. I'm not sure if I am the defective one or if I got a bad boot. But the steel toe somehow pinched my pinky toe randomly while walking. Maybe I should have tried to exchange for another pair.. I don't know.

Would be worth trying it out?
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The Wolverine CountourWelt boots are comfortable and last about a year. I'd consider them pretty slick at $80.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Wolve.../305597641
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Wow! Great deals! Thanks op!
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Thanks, Op! Repped.
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Similar Wolverine boot model on Amazon, which shows poor stitching in one of the reviews. Frown

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Wolve.../305597641

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003197...sDbHXDC2R5
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In for one pair of wolverines. Thanks!
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The Sportman's Guide usually has good deals on work boots. The prices get better if you go to a brick and mortar of theirs, sometimes 50% off what's in store. I've been buying from them for years. Anywhere from $40-$100 and you've got a nice pair of boots.
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I'm a factory manager and spend about 60-70hrs/wk on the floor. I finally caved to recommendations and bought some Keens about 6 months ago and they have been horrible; falling apart after 1 month and they don't seem to offer enough support, as I have been sore since day 1. I'm excited to see if these Dewalts offer a better experience.
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Do DeWalt boots (safety toe) run True, bigger or smaller in size?
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Thanks, OP. Sent the link to my dad and he picked out this vest [homedepot.com]. Ended up finding it at Gander Outdoors [ganderoutdoors.com] for cheaper. Had to call in to get it shipped to my local store, but got a 10% coupon applied. But wouldn't have found it without this post, so thanks.
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