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What kind of shoes survive the farm life?
I used to wear exclusively running shoes, however after returning to the family farm 7 years ago I quickly realized I would burn through a pair in 2-3 weeks the bottoms would fall off from being on my feet all day and due to the uneven loose surfaces Id be walking on. Since then Ive began wearing hiking shoes which last quote a bit better. Merrells Moab ventilators, keens targii, etc. I get 3-4 months out of these. But I'd like something that's last a bit longer, but still be comfortable while being on my feet all day.
What works for you?
I prefer low cut over mid or tall boots.
check out timberline pro anti fatigue i like them
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