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Old 01-08-2013, 07:29 AM   #16
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Not to be too bold in stating, HyTest Footrest boots n shoes.

I'm retired, worked 40 years as a diesel mechanic, a lot of it on concrete floors.
Nothing came close to the HyTest Footrest I wore during the last 15 years.

A welder friend was a RedWing guy and when he switched to HyTest the podiatrist was a thing of the past.

Sorry 'bout the spurs and if Danner works all is good. They sure look the business.
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Old 01-08-2013, 10:43 AM   #17
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This is a great topic, and thanks to Ray for teaching me something I wasn't aware could happen (I've alrady had frost-bite across both hands from about mid-way and to the ends of the fingers... but not heat injuries).

One thing I've wished to see were motorcycle boots (off-road or adventure) that have the well-engineered-in steel-mesh vents forward and rear like some road cycling shoes have.

I simply don't care if my feet get wet - they do with most boots after a while anyway. I do care that my boots will dry out, and that my feet are dry (or drier) from sweat and comfortable.

I live in Florida, so all this craziness of water-proof boots and the hot liners can go to heck. Give me boots I can live with for the most common weather and months motorcyclists ride in.

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