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Post 31 made on Thursday December 1, 2016 at 13:46
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On December 1, 2016 at 00:52, Audiophiliac said...

[Link: drewshoe.com]

Thats A LOT of money for butt ugly lol. Good god, they look like something you see on wheelchaired death bed patients . But im sure they are good. (not that Im one to talk about fashion, hell , maybe that look is all the rage)
OP | Post 32 made on Thursday December 1, 2016 at 15:15
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On December 1, 2016 at 13:46, Ranger Home said...
Thats A LOT of money for butt ugly lol. Good god, they look like something you see on wheelchaired death bed patients . But im sure they are good. (not that Im one to talk about fashion, hell , maybe that look is all the rage)

Dude...it is a LOT of money period for a pair of damn shoes! I HATE spending money on clothes and shoes, etc. Ask my wife. She has to force me to buy new stuff now and then because I just will not do it until mine literally fall apart and do not fulfill their intended purpose. I could not care less about fashion trends.

I always buy the clearance NB shoes on their site. I was all worked up when I found these shoes for half price on Amazon. I actually bought a pair a half size smaller hoping they would work. Unfortunately, they did not, and I sent them back, and bought them from some other online store for $160 I think. Still...I was not excited about it. And I was even less excited when I got them and started wearing them. It took a relatively long time to break them in good.

That is why I withheld any review until I have put them through the ringer. I would love a pair of Dr. Martens. Some of their Industrial lineup looks killer. But they only make a few models in my width...and they still may not be wide enough...and they are all the heavy duty boots, which I do not need. They are also expensive.
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Post 33 made on Thursday December 1, 2016 at 20:28
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Ya, not cheap but neither is a good pair of boots. So in the end, the value comes in if you like them and they work. and they sound like they do! So, they ARE worth it.
Post 34 made on Thursday December 1, 2016 at 21:55
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On December 1, 2016 at 13:46, Ranger Home said...
Thats A LOT of money for butt ugly lol. Good god, they look like something you see on wheelchaired death bed patients .

LOL. Agreed.
Post 35 made on Thursday September 14, 2017 at 09:21
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Hey guys, so i am new to the forum as i got refer here through a google search of shoe advice. This is more for someone who has experienced these brands: Dr Martens, Dickies & Carhartt.

I need a good pair of almost industrial like shoes, not that i will be running an industrial park but i need strong shoes. are those brands any good? or should i just go for a pair of CATS boots. i am not too crazy about the metal plate toe
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Post 36 made on Thursday September 14, 2017 at 10:04
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On September 14, 2017 at 09:21, relo said...
Hey guys, so i am new to the forum as i got refer here through a google search of shoe advice. This is more for someone who has experienced these brands: Dr Martens, Dickies & Carhartt.

I need a good pair of almost industrial like shoes, not that i will be running an industrial park but i need strong shoes. are those brands any good? or should i just go for a pair of CATS boots.i am not too crazy about the metal plate toe

Way old thread to be digging up but... I have a pair of Dr Martens that I got because I still wish it was the 90s. Turns out they were steel toed, anti-slip, anti-skid, OSHA compliant, etc.

Comfortable as hell too.
Post 37 made on Thursday September 14, 2017 at 12:06
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Got 3 pair I rotate throughout the week. No laces to mess with is nice feature.

[Link: drmartens.com]
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Post 38 made on Thursday September 14, 2017 at 14:55
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On September 14, 2017 at 10:04, thecynic315 said...
Way old thread to be digging up but... I have a pair of Dr Martens that I got because I still wish it was the 90s. Turns out they were steel toed, anti-slip, anti-skid, OSHA compliant, etc.

Comfortable as hell too.

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Post 39 made on Friday September 15, 2017 at 15:49
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My shoes:

[Link: amazon.com]


Actually, a cheaper version....LOL
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