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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars These boots work for me...
Been wearing these Carolina Loggers W/Steel Toe for over 20 Yrs...

A local shoe cobbler caps the toes for me to prolong wear...
I can get about 3 Yrs. service life from a single pair...

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1.) I place pair of brand new boots in a warm oven , on a cookie sheet , 100 degrees for 5 - 10 Min...
This gets the boots "WARM" , and...
Published 10 months ago by T-Bone Malone

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Soles don't last
The soles only lasted me 3 months working 60 hours a week on a loading dock. It is a very light, and extremely comfortable boot, but for $170 I really expected them to last longer. I will get them resoled, but once they are worn out I will go back to wearing chippewas
Published 17 months ago by Kyle


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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars These boots work for me..., January 21, 2014
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Been wearing these Carolina Loggers W/Steel Toe for over 20 Yrs...

A local shoe cobbler caps the toes for me to prolong wear...
I can get about 3 Yrs. service life from a single pair...

TIP:
1.) I place pair of brand new boots in a warm oven , on a cookie sheet , 100 degrees for 5 - 10 Min...
This gets the boots "WARM" , and opens up the pores on the Leather...
2.) Then apply Mink Oil over the entire outside of the boot messaging it into the Leather...
This helps water proof and soften the leather...
3.) I will then wear the boots a couple of hours a day after work until broken in
before I put them on for a 10 hour shift , of standing, walking, climbing ladders...
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Boot for the Price!, May 21, 2008
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This is the second time I have purchased this boot, and I would have to say "Its a great deal, and a good work boot". Even though these boots "Can" last up to a couple of years on the outside, I purchase a new pair "Every year" just because the inside comfort doesnt last that long. I use these boots for climbing poles and standing on ladders 30ft in the air. Only found two downfalls about these, 1. Moisture does seem to get to my socks and feet after a couple of months of wear. 2. You can feel the steel shank on the bottom of your foot when wearing the boots, wich make them a little uncomfortable. I will continue to buy unless I find a more comfortable boot for the same price.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great boots for the money, August 12, 2009
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The Getchell (North Carolina) - See all my reviews
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I've been a longterm Redwing Boot wearer. I decided to give these boots a try, because there price was about half what you would pay for a pair of Redwings. After wearing the boots for several months I am very impressed. They are just as comfortable as my Redwings were. I've noticed that the leather on the boots isn't quite as tough as what was on the Redwings though, and tends to take deap scratches easier. Only time will tell for sure though.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great boot, August 22, 2012
Im on my feet, on roofs under houses and anywhere you can think of ( 6 days a week). These are the only boots that have lasted over a year. You can't go wrong as long you are man/woman enough to break them in. These boots are not made for the weekend warrior! They are made for true work with safety and support in mind. Comfort is a bonus.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hard workin, June 8, 2012
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Anne (Glen mills, pa) - See all my reviews
I do construction with a lot of concrete, block, and stone. I'm in the mud slot also. I like the logger heal because it digs in a little more on muddy slopes. Very comfortable.will purchase again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My 1st Loggers..., February 25, 2014
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These are my first loggers. I've been in the construction field for about 15 years now and buying confortable and (somewhat fashionable) steel toe construction boots for women has NOT been an easy task (especially when you're a 6.5/7 size).
My husband has only used loggers in all his professional life and has always praised them and how confortable they are.
So I when I was looking once again for a new pair of work boots, I decided to look for loggers and came across these Carolinas.
At first I was hesitant since I only had experience and knowledge of the boots my husband uses/used: Chippewa, Red Wing and Wolverine; so we really didn't have much to go off of other than online reviews and product descriptions.
So I got them and I absolutely LOVE them! They fit perfectly and have even given me a better posture.
I have been so happy with them, that when my husband was ready to buy new boots, decided to give them a try as well and he, as like me, is in love.
So if you're a girl and like me are wondering and/or are hesitant, don't worry, you won't be dissapointed.
Also, as a tidbit, when I was doing research prior to purchasing them, I saw comments that these boots "run big and wide", I personally did not find this to be true. When it comes to boots, I am a size 7 (as opposed to dress shoes and/or sneakers, I fit better into a 6.5) and the 7 fit perfectly.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Soles don't last, June 20, 2013
The soles only lasted me 3 months working 60 hours a week on a loading dock. It is a very light, and extremely comfortable boot, but for $170 I really expected them to last longer. I will get them resoled, but once they are worn out I will go back to wearing chippewas
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love Carolinas with Pros and cons, May 23, 2014
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SSJEFF (Indianapolis) - See all my reviews
I have had two pairs of these. I bought them a little small so they would stretch and fit great. First pair worked great. Second pair not so good as the right boot was too tight and never stretched. I ended up cutting the insole of the right boot off under the balls of my feet.

Pros
-I love the look
-Rugged
-insulated yet I do not get hot in the summer working in a factory of which you are reading this review on and has been known for heat in the news yet it is not that bad
-Sole has lasted extremely well for me

Cons
-these may be composite toe but they have a steel shank. I set metal detectors off sometimes with them.
-sized varied a little between two pairs
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars best boot for what I do, April 11, 2014
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Dana (Massachusetts) - See all my reviews
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I work in lumber yard. The steel toe is great for setting large akward things such as doors/windows onto for more stable movement not to mention falling object protection. The last pair I purchased was in Febuary 2013 and the only reason for replacement was due to the fact I wore the tread off. An entire year on one pair of quality boots versus 3-4 months on cheap $30-$40 uncomfortable bargain brand...... I'll go with quality my feet are worth more to me
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very comfortable and durable, January 29, 2014
My previous boots were $270 RedWings. A friend of mine is a plumber and recommended these to me. I was skeptical that they were as good seeing the price difference. I was wrong. They are at least as sturdy as the RedWings and more comfortable. It only took about 4 days to break them in with a healthy coat of boot oil on the first day. The composite toe is much warmer than a steel toe and lighter too. I also haven't had a problem with the protective toe shifting and rubbing me like I did with the Redwings

one more thing, This doesn't really bother me but it might someone else. These things are so waterproof that they don't allow sweat to evaporate easily. If you don't need waterproofing, you might check out a different pair.
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Men's Carolina® 8" Steel Toe Loggers Boot
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