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post #2431 of 2438
^are there any alternative options if you don't have a stiff brush to clean with?
post #2432 of 2438
noobed,

Unless the boots are really caked with mud and need it cleaned from the welt area, I just use an old wash cloth or old shirt to wipe them off while holding them under some warm running water. I would say in 20 years I have used a stiff brush maybe 5 times.
post #2433 of 2438
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Originally Posted by noobedloser View Post

^are there any alternative options if you don't have a stiff brush to clean with?

Yes, Go to your local grocery store and buy a 99 cent dish brush.
Jim
post #2434 of 2438
Can someone tell me if these are 2962 or 2963 ? The color of stock photos look a lot different than other photos on both. So I thought maybe someone here had a pair. Thanks

post #2435 of 2438

Got a pair of new IRs. The boots fit perfectly, but the cap toe digs into my toes when walking. Is this going to soften up over time when broken into or is it a fit problem?

post #2436 of 2438
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Originally Posted by CJ23 View Post

Can someone tell me if these are 2962 or 2963 ? The color of stock photos look a lot different than other photos on both. So I thought maybe someone here had a pair. Thanks

Love the boots.. Would have purchased these had I seen them before I bought my IRs.. Love the cleaner design of these a lot more than the captoe on the IRs

post #2437 of 2438

I like the recent model that looks like the Indy boot

post #2438 of 2438
Hallo all!
May someone help me with sizing of red wing s 877 please? I would like to know how these compare to trickers country range (both 4444 last and 4497). Thank you all!
Thomas
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