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    Quote Originally Posted by buddhist_palm View Post
    sandals all year long, even in the snow

    though in winter i may add a pair of white socks

    i even own dress sandals for work
    Never seen "dress sandals", post up some pics please

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    NB tennis shoes 7 days a week now, used to wear J&M's in my prior life. Wolverine boots when needed but not much now, usually just an old pair of NB from the corner of the closet.

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    Here you go Jimp



    Where I work it business dress. I had been rocking these for 3 months before my boss looked at me and asked "are you wearing sandals"?

    Honestly they look like black dress shoes when black socks are accompanying them. I like them for work specifically because the open air shoes keep the feet from smelling. 11 hours in dress shoes and thin socks sure make for funky smells at night when you take off the shoes

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    Sanuks, whenever possible. milt
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    Work shoes are some casual dress sketchers. After work shoes are LL Bean low cut trail hikers. i was destroying merrell, columbia and north face shoes in less then 6 months. these have held up the best thus far, i can pull nearly a year in them before I wear thru the tread/sole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buddhist_palm View Post
    sandals all year long, even in the snow

    though in winter i may add a pair of white socks

    i even own dress sandals for work
    Not quite there, but close. Birkenstock's 95% of the time. For walking on rocks (river beach)/rain I'll put on a hard sole shoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddhist_palm View Post
    Here you go Jimp



    Where I work it business dress. I had been rocking these for 3 months before my boss looked at me and asked "are you wearing sandals"?

    Honestly they look like black dress shoes when black socks are accompanying them. I like them for work specifically because the open air shoes keep the feet from smelling. 11 hours in dress shoes and thin socks sure make for funky smells at night when you take off the shoes
    Rock on

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    Boy oh boy,

    First time I've scanned down the posts here, I am definitely out of touch when it comes to foot wear. Let's see.................

    2 pair of Merrill Gore-Tex one of which I bought in 2000 and they are still good.
    1 pair 18" 'break Up' rubber boots by LaCross, 10 years and they'll need replaced soon.
    1 pair Sorrell, I forget the type but they are the cabin / snowshoe boot and they have been good 4 years now.
    2 Pair Merrill Yetti fleece lined slip on boot; one here 1 at cabin, warm & comfy.
    1 pair Keen water sandal, I wear these on my waders while driving boat
    1 pair Simms Rivershed wading boot with studs
    1 pair 48" Michigan style ash & hide snowshoes, been in service since 1983 and good to go

    The 14 year old Merrill Chameleon are my dress shoes They are so old that people think they are new.

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    Guys, eek! Definitely a crew that cares more about their rods than their footwear. Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shotgunfly View Post
    Ecco (Dress casual)
    Bostonians & Rockports (Dress)
    Chippewah Boots (Everyday)
    Asics (Running)
    Patagonia Rock Grip (Wading)
    Patagonia Rivershed (Wading)
    Muckboots (Hunting/Snow/Yard work)
    Keen sandals (boating/wading)
    Chippewa boots are great. Have you seen their new stuff?

    We need to get you out of those comfort shoes and into something a little dressier, though.
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    Sandals to wade most of the time.
    Simms guide wear when waders are necessary.
    Muck boots.
    Orange skaters sneakers the rest of the time( easiest foot wear to slip off and on for fishing!)
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    Chippewa boots (everyday)
    Nike Sneakers
    Northface hikers
    Bruno Magi Loafers
    Merril Casual
    Keene for hiking
    Under armour Sandles
    Northface slippers



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