So it’s getting cooler out there and I’m looking for some new leather boots.
I’m after something that would be suitable for a casual work environment, but also with some tread for snow. Doesn’t need to be heavily insulated, but I’m not against it. Looking to keep my options under $200.
wow, the Thorogood ones look good! …once that tag comes off…
I might go for it.
Have been looking at the classic, a Red Wing but they are a bit more on the pricier side of things.
I have always thought though that these shoes are an investment and that they will be worn for decades to come. So $100 more or less seems like a drop in the bucket compared to the lifespan of a Red Wing boot.
Nice US manufactured picks, tough with goodyear welt. Those Thorogood boots are nice but some of the other styles get a little Herman Munster-ish. If your gonna break with the US manufacturing Timberland’s Abington brand has some nice boots. They usually have a Vibram Christy sole same as the Thorogoods. I picked up a pair last year, Horween leather with a goodyear welt is hard to pass up at around a hundred.