Well, my Georgia boots junk out on me, I was not impressed with them anyway, they barely lasted a year and I always expect at least 2 years out of my boots. So I started on the boot search, I found another pair of Georgia's that looked nice so I went ahead and ordered them (cost $150). I ordered them from working person store and they took well over a week to come because they were drop shipped. They finally arrived and they had a real cheap look to them. First thing I noticed was the insole was not removable which I don't like at all, second thing was they had some weird leather stitching on the back of them which rubbed my heel as soon as it slipped on. So I sent those back and thought I would throw a little more money in and bought a pair of Thorogood boots that cost $215 for the pair. They got great reviews and looked really nice so I thought I'd give them a try. They came a few days ago and when I took them out of the box WOW. They looked real nice, BUT I noticed the tong is stitched clear to the top of the ankle???. I stuck my foot in there and there was no way my foot would even make it half way down those boots???, finally got the boot back off, then I stuck my hand down in it. The boot was so small and narrow inside (ordered a size 12 EE) that my hand couldn't fit in far enough to touch the toe of the boot . So I packed them back up and sent them back. This time I started looking Amazon, we have the 2 day free shipping and I am needing a pair of boots (my job consist of me standing in a lot of water and that's no fun with leaky boots). This time I found some Danner boots and they were $270 (OUCH) but luckily they were on sale and cost $215 which was the same as the Thorogood.
I got the Danner's today and they are a very nice boot, they fit perfect, no rubbing or anything out of the ordinary.
What kind of boots do you wear and do you have good luck with them???
I half to have water proof with a safety toe, these Danner's have a alloy toe which is new to me, I normally get steel toe.
Edited by BTS, September 29, 2015 - 10:08 PM.