Ok what do you guys were for work boots. My feet have been hurting badly lately. I have tried red wings, docmartens, timberland pros, keen, wolverines. I'm still looking for that boot that can give me all day comfort. I'm a Boilermaker so I'm on my feet a lot on concrete, gratting, hard surfaces all day. I'm thinking about trying nicks or whites/hathorne boots do you guys have any experience with any of these? I work with a few guys that wear these and they all love them. And they last forever. I have to buy boots every year so my boots don't last and they are all 150-200 or more. The Nocls and whites are a little more up front but if they last and are comfortable I don't care. Now the one thing I was wondering about is how the higher heels are I have never wore higher healed boots before. Any help would be great my feet are killing me and I have tried the different insoles and they helped but not completely.
Carhartt Safety Toe Wellington Electrical Hazard Approved (This one had a really narrow heel area caused by that wrap-around plastic heel guard. I had to wear moleskin on my heels while I broke them in, but they are now perfect. The snug heel prevents heel slip without causing discomfort.)
Hope this helps. Not much more misery than hurting feet.