Depends on your budget, pronation, average weather in your area. The latter because some doctors don’t recommend wearing heavy boots regularly because they’re bad for your knees. For that reason I only wear them when there is snow or heavy rain under foot.What’s the best boots/shoes for driving in your opinion. Support of course and polishes well.
Skechers has a decent line of durable, black leather work shoes with slip resistant soles. And we get a 30% off employee discount.
Just an option to consider.
I wear Keen's in the rain/winter because they're so comfortable and the only boots I've never had to break in. I wear a fresh pair and can go through a long day and my feet don't hurt at all, though they do need to be broken in to be loose.I'd suggest my Columbia boots but the break-in period was just awful. I think that's true of all boots.
I got a pair of Columbia's myself because I've always had good luck with them previously. I'm 2 weeks in and I'm already smoking the tread off the soles. Very disappointed in them this time aroundI'd suggest my Columbia boots but the break-in period was just awful. I think that's true of all boots.