The next door neighbor works for a business that services fire trucks. He gave me a new pair of steel toed fireman boots with the yellow reflective stuff around the sole and the whole works. Didn't take long til one of them cracked on top just like the last several pair I'd gotten elsewhere. So I was at Family Farm and Home and they had the same identical boots,yellow reflective strip and all. Bought them. The other day when things started to thaw,the top of my foot started getting wet. Cracked on top right in the same place as every other pair.
Re: Muck Boot Alternative? in reply to rrlund, 03-07-2013 06:45:40
Where your fire boots are cracked, seal them with "Goop". I've been a Volunteer Firefighter for over 40 years and that's all I have ever used on my boots when they crack or get holes in them. As for the falling sock problem, I use rubber bands to hold my socks up, it works & they're cheap.
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