I work maintenance at a large corporate pig farm, so you can imagine what my boots go through. The bosses recently started requiring electrical hazard (EH) rated boots, for the budget they give us these boots fit the bill. They are reasonably comfortable, accurate sizing, and fairly durable. Most pairs last me about 6-8 months. They tend to rip down by where the sole meets the boot. Most EH rated boots run over 150.00+ per pair, so these fit the cheap budget we are stuck with. A big plus for me is they are waterproof, it helps keep the waste water from soaking my socks and makes the boots easier to clean and wear. Overall a decent pair of Safety Toe, EH Rated, comfortable boots on a budget. Plan for about 2 weeks break-in time, not too painful just needs to fit to your foot. If I can get over 6 months from a pair of 40.00 boots than it only costs me 6 bucks a month( or less the longer they last) for good shoes. With all the waste my boots are exposed to they would be replaced often anyway. Hope this review helps!
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