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Dickies Work Boots Are No Problem for Cold Weather

Updated on September 29, 2019
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Kenneth, born and raised in the South, resides in Hamilton, Alabama. He enjoys sharing his unique perspectives on life through his writing.

September Means Fall is Here

and the beautiful leaves and landscapes of the outdoors are here. I love this time of year along with many other people across the world. Fall stands for another holiday: Thanksgiving, when friends, family, and neighbors, travel near and far to spend a few days with loved ones--to share blessings of food, fellowship, and a big time by everyone.

But in not such a long time, we all know that winter will be upon us, and with that joyous season of Christmas will soon be here, and we will have our second holiday before New Year's Eve when we exchange gifts, food, and just love each of our families and friends. What a great time Thanksgiving and Christmas mean to a lot of people, me included.

Now I need to tell you that I have hid the harsh news away from you, but you are all big boys and girls and can handle most any obstacle, so here it goes: with Winter for guys and a lot of girls, who have outside jobs, comes the idea of what clothing will be warm enough that can keep you warm and not tear during your working in those rough places. And this means the right work boot to wear with confidence. That work boot is course, Dickies Work Boots.

May I Tell You About Dickies Work Boots

well thank you for the time.Dickies Men's Prowler Work Boots are only $49.85, they have free shipping, so you save $10,04 or (17%), Me? I love these work boots if I open my birdhouse shop, these are the shoes that I wear, not only do they endure the treatment that (I) a very clumsy guy falls, stumbles on my lumber, sometimes on the outside of my shop, as you may know, I am not a professional carpenter.

Like I was saying, Dickies Work Boots are strong, toughly-built for the outside worker for the man or woman in our country, and believe me, these shoes can handle it. They are imported; Rubber soles; Heel measures one inch; Boots are so rugged and come in suede or leather uppers.

Dickies Work Boots not only can stand the storm, but look so good that even after work is finished, if you guys are hungry, and most of you are at the end of your construction job, you can wear Dickies Work Boots with jeans, sport coat and you are ready to go. Dickies are just that good-looking.

My Dad, Bless His Heart

grew up working. I am not kidding when I say that I believe that he came out of his mother's womb doing some kind of work because I know. I knew him almost 90 years and until he retired in 1989, he worked. And even while he was at home with my mom, he was on the outside working on his lawnmower, garden tiller, and something that he loved to do was cultivate, plant, and harvest the wonderful produce from the garden that he planted every year.

I will tell you the brand of work boots he always wore, but will not believe me. Dickies Work Boots was all the work boot that he needed. And long before he retired, he was a production machinist and later he worked in a bearing plant and guess what? He wore his Diciie's Work Boots every day. And loved them. Because they did not smother his feet, but made them feel warm and easy to walk. And my dad walked so much as his jobs that I know that I would have not made it.

As for me, back before he retired, he even got me to wearing Dickie's Work Boots, of course when I wore my Dickie's Work Boots was on weekends when I would go with him to cut firewood and we both swore by the Dickies brand. Strong, great-looking, and enduring.

That's Dickie's Work Boots. I think that I still have my Dickie's Work Boots in my closet in my home. Call me strange, but I know what I, I mean, we liked.

P.S: speaking of women who work outside, for I do not want to dismiss them. I remember one several years back that my family and I were on vacation and stopped at truck stop to eat and stretch our legs. Then a huge diesel rig pulled into the parking area and down climbed this pretty woman and she was wearing, (certainly not high heels) but Dickies Wlork Boots and they looked great with her blue jeans. Oh, not to be considered a fool, she looked very pretty also.

September 28, 2019__________________________________

© 2019 Kenneth Avery


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