The 5 Best Men’s Boots for Flat Feet

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Flat feet is a surprisingly common issue, with some sources suggesting that 3 million people suffer each year, while others estimate that up to 30 percent of people have at least one flat foot. Flat feet or low arches can often lead to other problems, putting folks at a greater risk of experiencing foot pain, … Read more

The Ultimate Chuck Taylor Sneaker Review: How to Clean, Style, and Work Out

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God damn, I love Chuck Taylor All Stars. By the end of this review, you will too. They’re timeless, they’re stupid versatile, they look better with age, they come in every color imaginable, you can buy them anywhere on Earth, and they’re actually surprisingly good for working out in. (Well, for some types of working out … Read more

Review: Cobbler’s Choice Leather Conditioner on Viberg Boots

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Cobbler’s Choice is a very new shoe care company based in New York City, and they’re very proud of the fact that all of their products are made with all natural ingredients. There’s no silicone, no alcohol, no solvents, no petroleum, none of the stuff that some consumers take issue with in their leather care … Read more

Review: Sutro’s Alder Is the Impatient Man’s Boot

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Sutro is a San Francisco based footwear company, and the city is very much in Sutro’s DNA. The boots are all named after places in the city and even the company itself is named after Adolph Sutro, the 24th mayor of San Francisco. They’re pretty well known for their low prices, Italian lasts, and the … Read more

Red Wing Vs. Danner – Which Is America’s Favorite Boot?

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Reader, you’re in for a treat. This is one of the most commonly asked questions in the world of boots: which is better, Red Wing or Danner? They’re the two most beloved and longstanding icons in the world of American heritage footwear, and it was only a matter of time until these two monsters crossed … Read more

Danner Boot Review: Is the Bull Run Boot America’s Favorite Moc Toe?

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Danner is an enormously popular boot company. Based in Oregon, they were founded by Charles Danner in 1932 in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin — the same place that Chippewa boots was launched — but they moved to Oregon a few years later and eventually became best known for their hiking shoes. But as far as more … Read more

Kiwi Conditioning Oil Review – How to Use and Before & After

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Despite the very New Zealand name, Kiwi was actually launched in Australia in 1906 (by a man with a New Zealand wife) and it’s since become phenomenally popular. In the US and UK it has two thirds of the market share and in Malaysia, the word ‘kiwi’ has even become part of the Malay language, … Read more

Iron Heart Review: The World’s Toughest Jeans?

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Heavy ass denim. That’s the specialty of the cult Japanese denim brand Iron Heart. After 20 years of working in Japan’s garment industry, Shinichi Haraki established the brand in 2003 and today it’s headquartered in Hachioji, just outside of Tokyo. Iron Heart specializes in smooth, heavyweight denim that has its roots in Japanese motorcycle culture, … Read more

Review: Beckett Simonon’s Versatile, Crazy Cheap Dowler Cap-Toe Boot

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Beckett Simonon is a pretty unusual footwear company in that everything is made to order. They don’t carry inventory. The idea is that this makes for a more ethical company: having inventory, they say, increases waste, energy, and fuel consumption, but it also means their shoes are really inexpensive because they don’t need extra warehouse … Read more

Leather Honey Review: Does It Cover Up Scuffs?

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Leather Honey is the number one selling leather conditioner on Amazon right now. If you are searching for leather conditioner or even, yes, boot conditioner, Leather Honey comes at the top of the list. That may be surprising to some of my fellow fans of Goodyear welted boots, because the conditioners that most of us … Read more