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    • I have footwear from Tricker’s, Alfred Sargent, Redwing, Astor Flex, Paraboot and various others. Room for a variety of styles I’d say. I’d go for the Bergerac - unless you want to wear them for hiking.
    • Thanks lads! Ive got no plans to buy anymore jeans, i'm currently wearing my Junky 46's in the evenings and weekends... i'll wear those to rags over the next few years then if there's nothing else showing up on my denim-scope i might get another pair of these CSF 46's ideally in a size 33.75, it's a golden cut.
    • @Cold Summer awesome Kyle! I keep thinking I need to get a pair of 710. The specs look like they'd suit me well. 
    • @JDelage Judging from my assumption of your style, your prolly don't want something like a heavy industrial logger boot, and perhaps not an engineer boot. IMO, Grant Stone makes the best bang for the buck boot/shoe there is. I've said before, you'd have to pay nearly twice what they are offered at to get the same level of quality. They offer E and EE widths in some styles. Once in a while they do limited runs of shell. They have a couple of basic styles of boots and shoes, offered in a variety of leathers and colors, and you'd be well served for life with a couple pairs from them. Tricker's in another of my favorites, as well as a couple other British makers. I don't think the Brits get enough credit for making top quality boots that are bomb-proof and look great. A Burford w/ a leather sole, and then get replaceable rubber outsoles put on, will be good for the life of your grandchildren. If you want refined work boot, White's Semi-Dress - talk to Kyle at Baker's. He works directly with White's and Wesco and can get you dialed in with a semi-custom fit and semi-custom design options. Lofgren is a no-brainer. His 4-eyelet Steadfast chukka would suit you I think. Actually, if you can find your size in stock, that's prolly the best option for you to start with. Toys McCoy Surveyor is another of my all-time favorites. F'g hate Iron Rangers. Nothing wrong with Beckman's but I don't they'd be what you're looking for. Heck, Taylor Stitch's current boots made in Leon, MX look pretty decent.  I'm patiently waiting for this Paraboot ugly-shoe trend to pass, and move on to something a bit more exciting like Tricker's again... 
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