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Old 02-28-2007, 09:09 AM   #1
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Catering Shoes

Okay guys and gals. What kind of shoe do you wear catering? Your on your feet all day and you need good shoes. This is what the wife got me for my B-Day.

http://www.dansko.com/Product_Detail.as ... ssional%20



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Old 02-28-2007, 09:29 AM   #2
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Same things; but without a back on them.

Comfortable, stable, good on the feet for standing and walking, even good to drive in once you get used to the 1¬ĺ" heal, but not good to run in, (so if you want something for last minute turn in's, get some sneakers)!
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Old 02-28-2007, 09:44 AM   #3
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I wear these every day.

http://www.zappos.com/n/br/b/956.html?
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Old 02-28-2007, 09:58 AM   #4
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Here's what Finney and my daughter wears while we're competing! I wear 24"x 1 3/8" knobby Primo's!

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Here's what Finney and my daughter wears while we're competing! I wear 24"x 1 3/8" knobby Primo's!

Dang comfy shoes...
And a conversation starter. LOL
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Old 02-28-2007, 11:13 AM   #6
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Here's what Finney and my daughter wears while we're competing! I wear 24"x 1 3/8" knobby Primo's!

Dang comfy shoes...
And a conversation starter. LOL
You gots that right
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Old 02-28-2007, 02:16 PM   #7
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Re: Catering Shoes

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I assume your post is because they are very comfortable? Question; do they come in Orange? I want to look like Molto Mario.


Closest to Orange in the color range.
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Old 02-28-2007, 03:32 PM   #8
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Here's what Finney and my daughter wears while we're competing! I wear 24"x 1 3/8" knobby Primo's!

Dang comfy shoes...
And a conversation starter. LOL
The conversation would probably start "Hey, look at this fag"

Is it just me or did anybody else notice the price of Wolfe Rub is cheaper tha we can get it for?
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Old 02-28-2007, 03:41 PM   #9
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[quote=Nick Prochilo]
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Originally Posted by "Larry Wolfe":2cqlaudu
Here's what Finney and my daughter wears while we're competing! I wear 24"x 1 3/8" knobby Primo's!

Dang comfy shoes...
And a conversation starter. LOL
The conversation would probably start "Hey, look at this fag"

Is it just me or did anybody else notice the price of Wolfe Rub is cheaper tha we can get it for? [/quote:2cqlaudu]
Nick I think those shoes are required at SOTB.
Better pick you up a pair

I think the Wolfe Rub was regular price but no one was buying it
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[quote=Puff]
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Originally Posted by Finney
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Originally Posted by "Larry Wolfe":3llgwz8z
Here's what Finney and my daughter wears while we're competing! I wear 24"x 1 3/8" knobby Primo's!

Dang comfy shoes...
And a conversation starter. LOL
The conversation would probably start "Hey, look at this fag"

Is it just me or did anybody else notice the price of Wolfe Rub is cheaper tha we can get it for?
Nick I think those shoes are required at SOTB.
Better pick you up a pair


I think the Wolfe Rub was regular price but no one was buying it [/quote:3llgwz8z]

I'll go barefoot!
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Old 02-28-2007, 07:20 PM   #11
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[quote=Nick Prochilo][quote=Puff]
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Originally Posted by Finney
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Originally Posted by "Larry Wolfe":1s319498
Here's what Finney and my daughter wears while we're competing! I wear 24"x 1 3/8" knobby Primo's!

Dang comfy shoes...
And a conversation starter. LOL
The conversation would probably start "Hey, look at this fag"

Is it just me or did anybody else notice the price of Wolfe Rub is cheaper tha we can get it for?
Nick I think those shoes are required at SOTB.
Better pick you up a pair


I think the Wolfe Rub was regular price but no one was buying it [/quote:1s319498]

I'll go barefoot![/quote:1s319498]

DITTO!...they look a little feminine...especially in the orange.
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[quote=Smokey_Joe][quote="Nick Prochilo":13mmxniy][quote=Puff]
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Here's what Finney and my daughter wears while we're competing! I wear 24"x 1 3/8" knobby Primo's!

Dang comfy shoes...
And a conversation starter. LOL
The conversation would probably start "Hey, look at this fag"

Is it just me or did anybody else notice the price of Wolfe Rub is cheaper tha we can get it for?
Nick I think those shoes are required at SOTB.
Better pick you up a pair


I think the Wolfe Rub was regular price but no one was buying it [/quote:13mmxniy]

I'll go barefoot![/quote:13mmxniy]

DITTO!...they look a little feminine...especially in the orange.[/quote:13mmxniy]

They're red. If you're not secure in your manhood, keep having your sore feet.
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Old 02-28-2007, 07:49 PM   #13
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[quote=Finney][quote=Smokey_Joe][quote="Nick Prochilo":1oezi21d]
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Originally Posted by Finney
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Originally Posted by "Larry Wolfe":1oezi21d
Here's what Finney and my daughter wears while we're competing! I wear 24"x 1 3/8" knobby Primo's!

Dang comfy shoes...
And a conversation starter. LOL
The conversation would probably start "Hey, look at this fag"

Is it just me or did anybody else notice the price of Wolfe Rub is cheaper tha we can get it for?
Nick I think those shoes are required at SOTB.
Better pick you up a pair


I think the Wolfe Rub was regular price but no one was buying it
I'll go barefoot![/quote:1oezi21d]

DITTO!...they look a little feminine...especially in the orange.[/quote:1oezi21d]

They're red. If you're not secure in your manhood, keep having your sore feet.[/quote:1oezi21d]

ummmm OK, sorry my mistake...RED...

never had a "sore feet" problem, my feet are quite comfy in my Nike's

Buy hey, you look GOOD in yours..don't let me stop ya from wearin' them...it's all about comfort on a long day standing.
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Red Wing Steel Toed Hiking boots. Before those I wore out a pair of LaCrosse Steel Toes that were the most comfortable on your feet all day shoes I ever owned.
We wear red wing steel toe boots at work. They are the most uncomfortable things I have ever stepped in. People that have high arch support dont do well in boots.
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Red Wing shoes are the best! I have a pair that are well over 20 years old. If ya got a high arch better stay on the pole. That's where the cash is at. (sorry Bill) They don't come with clear heals also.
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Red Wing shoes are the best! I have a pair that are well over 20 years old. If ya got a high arch better stay on the pole. That's where the cash is at. (sorry Bill) They don't come with clear heals also.
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Whatever my "tennis shoe dejour" is. Never really gave it any thought!
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I hope I don't offend anyone, but my girlfriend is a nurse at the local hospital and swears by the dansko's. It's all she wears for 12 hours a day, days at a time.

They are a little girly, but they have to be comfortable.

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Red Wing shoes are the best! I have a pair that are well over 20 years old. If ya got a high arch better stay on the pole. That's where the cash is at. (sorry Bill) They don't come with clear heals also.
Hey, what can I say. Everyone needs a good part time job. It pays the bills. Plus look at all the practice I have with the fire poles .
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Red Wing shoes are the best! I have a pair that are well over 20 years old. If ya got a high arch better stay on the pole. That's where the cash is at. (sorry Bill) They don't come with clear heals also.
Hey, what can I say. Everyone needs a good part time job. It pays the bills. Plus look at all the practice I have with the fire poles .[/quote:c0tfwt5j]

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