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When guys at my fire house heard a rumor that these boots had been discontinued by the manufacturer, they quickly executed a purchase order to stock up on these boots since they are regular-issue uniform boots. The rumor has been found to be untrue; these boots are still made. However, I was due to be issued a new pair anyway, so I will keep and wear this pair as a backup.
The boots are completely leather lined, have an EPS steel toe, ANSI 75 steel bottom plate, Kush-N-Kollar, and Vibram 700 smooth sole. They are about 9 inches tall. (The sole is 1.25 inches and the boot from the top of the heel to the top of the shaft is 8 inches.)
The unique design feature of these boots is the center zipper in the front, which makes them easy to pull on and take off. The zipper insert has two side laces that when adjusted once, don't need to be fooled with again.
Information and photos illustrating how to lace these boots is below and on the Boots Wiki, here.
Pics of these boots while riding my Harley:
With full leather biker gear:
Pics when I first received these boots:
I own seven pairs of these Chippewa Firefighter/Station boots.
Detailed instructions, photo, and video illustrations on how to lace these boots is on this page of my website here.
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