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Monday, March 14, 2011
4:00 PM | Posted by Ben G. | Edit Post
|Spanking new just out of the box|
|Now the right foot|
|45 Minutes later|
What did I do beside shoveling snow and walking the dog through snow drifts. I took the Work Pro Ultra WPi CT’s with me to the car wash and sprayed them down with the pressure washer for a good 30 seconds each. Being that these boots aren’t rubber I thought I was surely going home with wet feet. To my amazement when I got home my feet were bone dry. Test 3 Pass
|At the car wash yeah!|
|Weapon of choice|
|The Work Pro Ultra WPi CT's are like the Super Man of work boots nothing can stop them|
How good is this composite Safety toe. I wanted to try and simulate a tool or a block of wood falling on my toe. I searched around the house and found a five pound weight. I figured tools don’t very often weight more than five pounds, but wood blocks and steel can weigh a lot. I guess I didn’t want to find anything heavier just for the fact that I didn’t want to miss my toe and accidental hit my leg and injure myself.
I dropped the weight roughly about 2 and ½ feet down to my toe on each foot to see how well the boots actually worked. Well need less to say I didn’t have to go to the doctor for a broken toe, so the boots pass Test 4 as well.
|5 LBS. and it's ready to work|
|Left foot, no chance. I didn't feel that|
|The boot was so tough even the weight had to stand up and applaud it.|
Here are a few other features I discovered while testing out these great work boots.
|Just so you know there is no way you're falling down with these bad boys on|
|super easy to put on|
|All scuffed up|
|The boot about to be magic with the help of my thumb|
|and there you have it all ready for the bank|
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