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    A local equipment shop in my town sells these. I checked them out today, and they are built really well, with steel toes too. Check them out, they look like good quality. Built for lawn care operators.
    http://www.lawngrips.com/products_su...ubcategoryID=1
    Northern California

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    They look really nice, but a bit pricey for my budget
    I used to wear steel toe boots (ouch&#33 they were heavy, but then switch to my old running nikes. this ones doesnt seem heavy at all.

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    • #3
      Yea, they werent heavy at all when I looked at them. I like the circular tread pattern so you can pivot without completely tearing up the lawn.
      Northern California

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      • #4
        It&#39;s really unique&#33;


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        Do you think the niche is large enough to support a specialized shoe for lawn care providers?

        Would you buy these? Why or why not?

        What price range would you pay for shoes for work?
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        • #5
          I am a believer in good quality shoes. I would pay up to &#036;100 for a pair if i know I am getting good quality in return for my money. I was thinking about buying a pair. I will let you know if I do.
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            Would they help you even though you specialize in tree care now?
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            • #7
              I think so. I could def. use the steel toes. I still do yard care, it keeps money flow coming in when the trees aren&#39;t coming down, so they would be helpful still.
              Northern California

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              • #8
                Brandon,

                Another thing that would be neat to know is if these shoes are actually selling at the store you visit. I like the concept and how the sole is designed to allow you to pivot I just don&#39;t know if this business has enough potential customers.

                If they were looking for investors, would you invest in them?
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