Dr. Martens Vegan 1461 3-Eye Gibson|
High Quality, Good Looks - Dr Marten
March 04, 2013
Reviewer: Rick from Philadelphia, PA
I bought these vegan Dr. Martens based almost exclusively on their reputation as a high quality, long lasting shoe. Like any Dr Martens, the break-in period on these is kinda brutal. Investing in moleskin is defintely recommended. I work at a large company where conservative business casual is the norm, and these shoes are absolutely perfect. If anything, they're almost TOO conservatively styled. I found this style to run slightly smaller and more narrow than I'd expected, although I've read the exact opposite online. Go figure. Nonetheless, these are great quality shoes.And the fact that they're cruelty-free totally rocks.
Wears this shoe: At work
Dr. Martens Vegan 1460 8-Eye Boot|
Comfortable and cute
February 15, 2013
Reviewer: S from Boston, Ma
When I first put the shoes on, I thought they were going to be way too big but as I wear them more and more they feel perfect! I wear a 9 and there is a little bit of extra toe room, but not enough to need to go down a size. I really love these boots though and they can survive puddles and trekking through snow! They are also very cute and the fake leather doesn't look any different than the real stuff.
Wears this shoe: Work, class, errands
John Deere Boots 6" Safety Toe Lace-Ups 6343"|
The Ultimate work boot
September 29, 2012
Reviewer: A contractors detail-organized wife from Santa Fe, New Mexico
I bought these for my husband who is a superintendent for a custom home builder, and who tends to wear things out quickly. He is a sturdy, muscular man who, in an industry hard-hit by lean times, finds himself doing any one of the trades of electrician, plumber, plasterer, roofer, painter, mason, roofer (you get the idea) on any given day. He is in his work boots 12-14 hours, six days a week.My husband, not one to complain or fuss over brand names or appearance because form & function are king in his job (and because that's just the way he is, a humble man), actually asked me for these BY NAME. Why? Because after years of wearing other brand boots, either the soles began to separate from the boot after a few months, or the leather wore off the external toe of the boot, exposing the steel toe underneath, which is an OSHA violation and a potentially serious hazard. He has been wearing this boot with its rubberized steel toes for several weeks now, and the toe shows no signs of peeling or malfunction. Plus, the boot is comfortable and just the right height (higher boots are associated with Achilles tendon issues). Apart from being dusty from mud and plaster, they still look fairly new.We unequivocally recommend this boot. It is also considerably less expensive than some of the other Pro boots on the market.
Wears this shoe: Basically all the time except Sundays.
John Deere Boots 10" Waterproof Wellington 4283"|
Great boot for my homestead farm in Vermont
June 22, 2012
Reviewer: Laura from Huntington, Vermont
I love the John Deere waterproof wellingtons. I use them on my homestead farm in Vermont where we raise sheep, pigs, rabbits and layer hens. Walking on the dew-covered fields in the morning or in the rain is no problem with these wellingtons. My feet stay nice and dry. The 10" leather uppers protect my legs from brambles and thistles. The gortex liner allows my foot to breath and the foot bed has lots of support. I use this boot 3 seasons: spring, summer and fall here in New England. I love this boot!
Wears this shoe: Spring, summer, fall on the farm