Fuckin' Iron Rangers.
Post a better boot. I dare you.
Quality and style in a professional setting, with actual shops to go and be properly sized, I can live with predictability.
Unpredictable nets you pic-related. And foodstamps.
I can name a lot of boots better than Iron Rangers.
Was kind of the point of the thread.
But pictures may as well be doodles if you're not going to name their manufacturers and model names.
Unless you're literally just posting a folder of show pictures you saved because you like them, and have no concept of their actual quality.
I don't have first-hand experience with the boots I'm posting but I can tell you the general consensus is Iron Rangers are not that great in terms of quality. Better than Chippewa and other popular brands, but still far from the greatest.
Ugh, Vibergs are so sexy it makes me sad that I can't justify purchasing a pair.
Also, Wolverine 1000 Mile boots are pretty nice.
>Also, Wolverine 1000 Mile boots are pretty nice.
If you're not a size 13.
That toebox is sexy.
What's with the distressed leather? Is that natural or a style?
Question here: will my Rangers be suitable for hiking? What would you fine anons suggest instead? Figuring the lack of traction on Iron Rangers might make for some difficulty, but I suppose it would depend on the terrain.
can someone recommend a similar boot style to this? only one that doesn't cost both my arms and legs.. i particuarly love the sleekness to these kind of boots, specifically the toe box. i would also like a smaller to no heel. please I've been looking for ages but haven't found shitt
ID on these?
Chippewa has service boots too. Decent leather but doesn't age as nice. Can be had for under $200 on sale.
im not really a fan of those heels
i considering getting these actually. how do i size clarks? i wear dr martens in 9s and a 9.5-10 in most other formats. do i change sizes or are they true?
Yeah here's a list of boots I'm going to look into (in somewhat of an order of suggestions):
Vasque St. Elias GTX
Salomon 4D 2 GTX
Goretex Danner Combat Hiker
Asolo Fan 95
And one anon even suggested Redwings 414s.
a lot of the so called good hiking boots nowadays are garbage made in chine with a vibram sole thrown on them. if you want a top of the line hiking boo id suggest trying to find some made in italy boots from zamberlan or old vasque sundowners, even old llbean boots made in italy are pretty nice.
danner also makes a pretty nice service type style boot called the forest heights. made in usa. I have these ones in cherry leather, look really nice after a few months
wedge sole iron ranger master race