Friday, April 13, 2012

Wesco and Chippewa Engineer Boots

My partner had a good day on Wednesday and was able to go to his office for a few hours, which gave me a few unexpected free hours. I decided to make a video during that time. I can't make videos when my partner is at home, as he has a low opinion about YouTube and videos in general.

In response to a request, on my new video, I discussed my opinions (based on experience) about the similarities and differences between Wesco "Boss" engineer boots and Chippewa engineer boots -- both the tall and short versions of each.

For your convenience, the video appears below. Watch, learn, and enjoy!


Zeca Leather said...

Hello I saw your videos on you tube!!!
They are great and you look hot in leather and boots man!
I'm a Brazilian guy and need some information about wesco boots.
I have on 16" and need another one, do you think with your experience the wesco 20" is to tall??? or is a good option?
Thank you for attention

Booted Harleydude said...

@Zeca: thank you for your comment.

You must measure the distance from the bottom of your heel to where your knee bends. That is the maximum height of boots to get.

If boots are higher than the back of your knee, then your skin will get chaffed and possibly injured.

Boot height is determined by the length of a guy's lower leg. That length varies based on the guy, not the boot.