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looking for a new pair of shoes

post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 

so i have been going through a pair of sketchers non-slip in about a year i have had 2 pairs of them, they are good on my feet but the leather starts to crack on the back, so if you have any suggestions on a new pair im looking for anything in solid black leather, must me non-slip ill spend up to $100 if i can get quality that will last. 

post #2 of 14

I use the same type of shoes, as well. Most cooks swear by clogs though.

post #3 of 14

ROSSI MULGA BOOTS

 

They are Australian boot manufacture , the mulga is a boot , not slip on , i wear them day in day out , cant beat them 

post #4 of 14
Thread Starter 

are the boots heavy?

post #5 of 14

not at all , they are sold as a walking boot , ive worn out three pair in twenty years of cooking 

post #6 of 14

this picture sux some what , google them for a better 

post #7 of 14

Red wings, cost more than 100, but great for your feet. I don't know how any chef could go through only three pairs in twenty years, my tops always get ruined from water, flour, grease, repeat!

post #8 of 14
Mozo
post #9 of 14

I was thinking about ordering a sketchers online, how much did u get yours for and was it true to size?

post #10 of 14
I've had a pair of professional crocs for the last 3 years, they've been worn just about every day, really hard wearing and comfy for the long days
post #11 of 14

I like Sanita showe - about $130.  I was wearing Dansko shoes, but they fall apart for the same price.

post #12 of 14
Sanitas are great too. I've had good luck with them as well as sanek, dansko, Mozo and birks
post #13 of 14

Mozo Forza is the best shoe for my money. Long lasting and extremely comfortable with a inner system that you adjust for your own particular foot and comfort. And only $110 at Zappos, with free shipping both ways if you don't like them. No brainer to try.

 

http://www.zappos.com/mozo-forza~2

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I was thinking about ordering a sketchers online, how much did u get yours for and was it true to size?

yes they are true to size, i got them for around $60-70 i like them but after 1-2 years i beat the hell out of them and its time for a new pair. might order another pair soon unless i can find something else that fits right. also i got a good pair of insoles too that help a lot too 

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