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I hear this topic kicked around on jobsites all the time and it never seems to be decided. So I'm wondering what you guys think. I'm sitting here looking over the Gemplers catalog getting ready to order a bunch of winter clothes and what-not. I see some boots I like too, but they are steel toe.
Do steel toes boots really make your toes colder during the winter? I can see arguments both ways so I really don't know the answer. We're talking about an uninsulated boot in a New England winter. I prefer to rely on sock choices for insulation because I can adjust it according to the weather and it's one less layer to try to dry out of the boot at night.
What say you all?