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  • #16
    good advise from all above. the only thing to add is that you try to get them from a fire equipment dealer or supplier from your area. trying them on first to see how they fit has to be my biggest thing. i've ordered through the mail and most of the times just wasn't satisfied with the overall ordeal. good luck and stay safe.

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    • #17
      hey dude all I can say is go out and spend the extra money it is going to cost to get a good pair of boots. I highly suggest MATERHORNS they are 8" combat boots with gore-tex. Mine have held up for 3 years and have been on a countless number of ems calls and over 30 Search and Rescue missions. The only problem with mine is i melted the front tip the other night in a camp fire. Other than that I love my materhorns.

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      • #18
        j, I use Warrington 8". I forget the cost, but the price is worth it. I use them for both station wear and firefighting. Usage for just stationwear will take some time to break them in and once broken they are comfortable.

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