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  • DonSmithnotTMD
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    Don't ask. I thought it was goofy too.

    I also don't think you can reciprocate in public in most places. Maybe Miami
    Last edited by DonSmithnotTMD; 12-29-2006, 04:08 AM.

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  • Res343cue
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    Do I have to wear an NFPA approved condom if reciprocating while "on call" too?

    What if I'm wearing NFPA approved fire gear?

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  • SSHANK42
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    I buy Chippewa insoles for all my boots. Best thing in the world to walk on. They are quite thick as far as insoles go and are made of wool I think.

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  • DonSmithnotTMD
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    Thats it and I was thinking the same thing. Thanks for the help

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  • SWLAFireDawg
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    I see......so you are looking for something to put inside a boot that is too large for the person, so as to take up the extra room?

    Perhaps try one of the distributor, like firestore.com, or galls or such. Give them a call, I am sure this isn't the first time this has been an issue for somebody.

    A quick search brought me this.....

    Servus offers an extensive line of footwear for general outdoors, landscaping, gardening, hunting, farming, occupational, processing and general industrial.


    and this....



    I would imagine that if it is placed INSIDE an already NFPA approved boot, just about anything would work. They don't dictate what type of sock you wear.....or do they?...

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  • DonSmithnotTMD
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    Dunno That's part of what I'm asking, I'm guessing 1971.

    Basically, we're looking for something that won't melt, etc., that we can say 'yes it's approved for use.'

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  • SWLAFireDawg
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    Nfpa 1971 or 1500?
    Last edited by SWLAFireDawg; 12-28-2006, 03:12 PM.

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  • DonSmithnotTMD
    started a topic NFPA approved insoles?

    NFPA approved insoles?

    I'm trying to find out where to find the requirements for structure boots insoles.
    I know somebody who has a big calf to foot ratio, therefore the boots would end up being a lot bigger than needed.

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