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The worst part of having a job is working. The Patagonia Tin Shed 6 Waterproof Boot can take some of the sting out of employment with a full EVA foot bed and a polyurethane comfort chamber that takes some of the soreness out of walking around on concrete all day and keeps your foot warm when going inside just isn't an option.

  • Recycled polyester lining for moisture management
  • 70% recycled polyurethane footbed for protection and support
  • EVA padding in strategic areas of welt-gasket for shock absorption, comfort, and support
  • Polyurethane comfort chamber for comfort and support when you spend hours walking or standing on hard surfaces
  • Resolable Vibram soles for boot immortality
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Nice looking and comfy, weak sole

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Size Bought: 10.5

I am impressed by the quality of leather. Very sharp looking. Very comfortable. Soles are merely adequate. The layer of Vibram is fairly thin and there is not much else to soak up pavement. These are OK for kicking about, and maybe a 3 mile walk and not much more. Disappointing.

Rugged, refined, relaxed

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I agree with the other reviews regarding the short break in time, and level of comfort. The fit is true to size. I generally wear a 10, and the 10 in these is just right. The widths in the toe box and the heel cup are standard, not too much room/not cramped. These are perfect kicking around on a piece of ground in my hometown, and are also my boot of choice for campground debauchery. The soles grip well enough for light trail use, but these are certainly not a backpacking boot. They handle snow and rain well, and provide ample warmth in cool weather. If it's frigid, thick wool socks are a must.

Patagonia is in China?

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:Runs small

I had no idea Patagonia boots were made in China. These came to me a superlight, super flexible, and pretty darn soft.

But they were super narrow in the toe and super wide in the heal which made them unbearable for me. returned.

Did like the stitched on sole which does provide great traction

good

    I bought them to keep my feet warm and dry on the way to the office and out in the field when on site. Vibram rubber is great, as would be expected. Roomy toe box and mid foot lace for non technical use. Love the boot. Took very little time to break in. True to size. My foot measures as almost 9 1/4 and the 9.5 is good with a light hiking sock and still fine with a heavier sock. Plenty of wiggle room. Again, not a technical boot. Fine for yard work, chopping wood, street hiking, trail walking, rugged office look. I love em.

    Burly construction with a cushy footbed

      For a boot as stiff as these, I found them to be incredibly comfortable, mainly because of the super soft foodtbed inside. I wore these every day for over a week, and have put plenty of miles on them already. Great boot for winter; waterproof without being too hot!

      Can these boots be resoled/rebuilt if need...

      Can these boots be resoled/rebuilt if need be?

      I wear a size 12 in some shoes and 13 in...

      I wear a size 12 in some shoes and 13 in others will a twelve be ok. How are the boots cut.