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  • javadave
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    my redwing iron rangers are my go to "rough it up" boot. If they were made for iron miners then they deserve to be tested

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  • CJJ
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    I wear my Chippewas almost everyday (I commute to work on a Motorcycle). These boots are extremely comfortable, rugged and warm. I usually wear a size 12 but based on recommendations I sized down and the fit was great.

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  • Juan
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    I love my Chippewa boots (same ones recommended above). They are super comfortable.

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  • Redford
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    http://www.amazon.com/Thorogood-Amer...oughgood+boots

    Thorogood boots on Amazon are a good deal and you can use either a 20$ or 20% off coupon code. May want to hit them with some SnoSeal or something similar before kicking said shit.

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  • MikeAD91
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    Depending on how much you're really going to rough them up, Red Wing Beckmans. I'm sure they can handle it, but it would be a shame to ruin the great finish. Same for the Wolverine 1k. Maybe the Red Wing Iron Ranger would be a better fit in that case.

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  • Johdus
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    If you're thinking about The Chippewa, 1. get the same version with the lug sole (see ebay) for winter/hiking wear.
    And 2. They have no lining so your feet will be cold unless you're wearing thick socks.

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  • Acousticfoodie
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    Hard to go wrong with a Chippewa boot: http://www.zappos.com/chippewa-ameri...130205212332:s



    If you're willing to spend more, the wolverine 1Ks are also good boots that look good after they've been roughed up from long term use:

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  • Jake101
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    i've had pretty good luck with my Sebago Hamiltons...

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  • printyra
    started a topic great shit kicker boot

    great shit kicker boot

    I am looking for a decent quality boot that will be getting messy. I frequent the outdoors and I am looking for something that will keep my feet warm, keep them dry, and look somewhat nice/stylish. Any suggestions?
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