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Frank Raudales (5 months ago)
Que hablas pendejo
Adam Corley (5 months ago)
My favorite boots!
mal hound (7 months ago)
Might as well have bought pvc slapper boots with a 4" spiked heel. haha
lottsalasagna (8 months ago)
Foot your fit
David furiosso (9 months ago)
Those shoes are gay. Yes!!!!! I said GAY!!
Jason Knapp (9 months ago)
Any recommendations
Jason Knapp (9 months ago)
I need help finding boots to fit my 36 centimeter size foot
Jeremy Tilford (9 months ago)
I like Romeo's but they just break down too damn fast.. wearing everyday for about 8 months I just throw them away.period
Robert Laird (10 months ago)
Georgia Boots don't fit my feet all that well so I end up paying a little more for the same style through Red Wing but they fit right out of the box without any working in time. I've gone through two sets already. I normally ware there carpentry model that I think is called model #211 if my memory serves me correctly. Red Wing does a very good job and they let you know if there made in America or not. You pay more for made in the USA verses other countries but you support America.
Sean Thompson (10 months ago)
I work at a tree cutting industry and I wear the romeos to work and I have had no complaints
Oceanz Bleu (10 months ago)
Two years have passed, how are the boots holding up?
Bob TheBuilder (10 months ago)
Worst boots ever for working construction or logging. Do your own research and do not listen to this guy about boots. Every logger or smoke jumper has boots that support the ankle and go as high as 10" or more. Listening to this guy will get you to roll an ankle. Avoid the poor advice and buy a set of Adams boots, Whites Boots, for Linemen, Smoke Jumpers, Loggers.
HighsNBurgers (10 months ago)
Comfy boot for fetching firewood, but not real work. No problem with that.
stateniland (11 months ago)
not a "work boot"
wilsjane (11 months ago)
Imagine having to stomp a fire out when you were wearing them. LOL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5N4w7LOT7c
David Hatcher (11 months ago)
Are you still using these boots 2yrs later
Remius106 (11 months ago)
Good video...
terry breedlove (1 year ago)
I have been wearing Romeos for decades. I used to be a logger and after work and at the crummy we would change out of our Caulk boots into the romeos. Easy to put on and comfortable.
guillermo villa (1 year ago)
They are not stich to the soul the are glue, they luck like thei are stich to de sould bud the stiches dobt go tro de sould
Rudolph Gutierrez (1 year ago)
wool socks are better for construction workers.
Timidater (1 year ago)
Pansy boy!!!! You can tell he never had to do physical labor in his life!!! Doesnt know a work boot from shit!!!
OhioPreparedness (1 year ago)
I have those same boots (shoes), and they are great for most things around the home. They are not a do it all boot however, there is a time and a purpose for lace up full length boots, so have a pair of them as well and use them when ankle support is imperative.
jack wright (1 year ago)
Good purchase. I have had boots from that company. they are a very good made boots
C Hamilton (1 year ago)
A commercial.....sigh. But I get it. I guess I'd do it too if I was in your situation. But Billy was right.... go for red wings. Or at least Ariats work boot. You do need ankle support as well as a little bit of snake protection..... I'd rather one bite the upper on your boot than your calf..... just saying. God Bless and stay safe
Amy Burrows (1 year ago)
I'm sorry, but those are not boots, much less work boots.  Those are casual shoes.  I have a Timberland boot made for women, lace up for ankle support, with a steel toe to protect my feet. Alyssa should try them.  I have two pairs and alternate days so they can air out.
pharlap9 (1 year ago)
I like RedWings myself.
LayneXIII (1 year ago)
Those aren't boots! Those are for backyard diy people w too much money! I get more done in bare feet! That's also not good tread. You've obviously never worn a real pair of work boots...
pault1964 (1 year ago)
If you can't do laces there is also Velcro
pault1964 (1 year ago)
You need ankle protection
Rose 13 Bud 13 (1 year ago)
Do they make mens EEEE WITHS
Blaculo (1 year ago)
Pull your boot out of that box, Tiger.
Bill sargent (1 year ago)
I don't even know how I fell into this video. I was taking off my wedding ring to reverse it because I got it caught in machinery today (yes, I know...Just shut up) when this just popped up. Too much of the comment loop is a straight up trashing of ... your SHOE CHOICE!? dear GOD! I don't care what you wear honestly.. and seriously? WTF people, its a documentation of a journey. Its not yours and not mine... Dont like it? DON'T WATCH The argument of "well don't post if you don't want input' is so self serving it really means "you posted so now I can troll you..."
John P (1 year ago)
slip on shoes are great for light work and when you are coming and going frequently. for rough terrain and more serious work lace up boots are better, but less convenient.
Jerry P. (1 year ago)
I been looking at Georgia boots. Not the slipper model of course, but they do look like a tough boot. Nice ad, no need for click bait this way ? Just sayin' . I know it's all about the bucks and community.
Bill sargent (1 year ago)
Georgia, I buy new boot every 4 or 5 years and Georgia, lord alive what great boots, especially the work boots...
RedWhite&Blue 78 (1 year ago)
I have a pair of Georgia waterproof hiker work boot... I've had them for over 3 years. I use them for camping, shooting etc... I've backpacked in them a few times... Highly recommended boot.
douglas reeves (1 year ago)
What size is jessie
dave edvalds (1 year ago)
Romeo romeo romeo where art thou .... I get a new pair every few years. Great boots for weekend projects and wear well. Gotta love those Georgia boots in wet pacific northwest.
joe perez (1 year ago)
That boot looks it will give me plantar fasciitis in a week, plus with that size of heel drop I might as well put on some high heels or pumps , also that toe box is so narrow. In two weeks my feet will look like some ancient Chinese lady's foot that was being wrapped like a mummy to impress her dominant abusing husband.
don hezca (1 year ago)
Redwing awesome boots light weight comfortable and and last for ever the oldest the better
BARRY COLE (1 year ago)
Go back to the office you are in over your head
Matt Casey (1 year ago)
Love my Georgia boots!!
Mark Jacob (1 year ago)
white boots are the best you will ever find..but they will run you $500.00 A pair
Mark Jacob (1 year ago)
can I get them with composite toe instead of steel toe?
douglas reeves (1 year ago)
Mark Jacob yes
Brian Jennings (1 year ago)
Nice lookin' boots for general outdoor work. I like the protection of steel-toed, especially when I'm doing more aggressive work outside like getting firewood.
watahyahknow (1 year ago)
this vidio is sponsored by....... oh whel , thing with the lower shoes is that they dont protect youre ankle and dirt can get in eazier making the space between youre toes gritty once you start sweating even when wearing socks a good option for work boots might be to visit a army dumpstore and get some army boots , the older army clothing is pretty durable too , more important its cheap(ish)
I'm Not-Tarded (1 year ago)
Great, a shitty commercial for shitty boots. Fucking sellouts
Michelle Barkman (1 year ago)
my hubby said RED WING.... I say Blundstone Duluth did have them... I LOVE THEM.... and they are Romeo style... we do not go out on our Farm without them...
Dragonflygrandma (1 year ago)
That elastic on the sides are gonna be cold in the winter. They look comfortable.
Ashton Goff (1 year ago)
Loved the video. Lots of good info on the boot. Keep up the good work
SC Rider (1 year ago)
With the work you do, steel toes would be a must. Your work is not a hobby, it is your life. Logs, totes, machinery etc. you do not need to clip your toes with any falling item. Take care.
Casey Johnson (1 year ago)
meh I've been wearing them 10 years or so...get two pairs a year... farming with no homesteading beats the crap out of them... but for quickly switching to other boots for other jobs make them desirable in my area. I usually wear two pairs a year in the same style while I should switch them out more. I change them when they don't sit level or essentially I can push my finger through a football callus wear mark on m the balls of my feet. While I love them the ankle support is nill the ease of putting them on and under $100 for six months max use make them desirable... but my back issues make me need to find another boot... but that's age and lifestyle. But damn I love these boots...
Casey Johnson (1 year ago)
I do have Georgia loggers and recently danners security or some other crap... but even while I need the support they give the Romeo style is a winner... but yah I roll my ankle a couple times a year... it hurts but it's a battle of convenience between lacing and quickly changing to a rubber boot.
Doug Reeves (1 year ago)
What size shoe do you wear jessie
nooknerdz (1 year ago)
New viewer/subscriber...LOVE your channel!! Reading through the comments below, and I have to agree with the flock who recommend a taller, lace-up boot. Ankle protection working on that hill will be an issue eventually, no doubt! Also, I've worn many boots through the years (like many others) and one thing I've learned is that comfort and proper fit to your feet is paramount to keeping your whole body healthy when working on your feet all day. I'm a firm believer in that you get what you pay for. Quality, properly fitting boots are worth investing in! I've had more luck with Redwing than any other brand, but once I lucked into a great pair from them, I've never looked back. Thanks for all your wonderful videos!! Y'all are doing a fantastic job! I'm no homesteader, and I doubt I'll ever be...but, I'm enjoying just watching your journey. Seriously, keep up the great work! And, take care of your feet, dude (and dudette!)
David Kay (1 year ago)
I really enjoy my Doc Martin boots.
haventgotoverit (1 year ago)
" once it's in, it's in" ~ words of wisdom
MR. B (1 year ago)
Made in China! Stop supporting a country that doesn't allow freedom of speech or religion. Stop funding the Chinese military✋🚫
jeremy branham (8 months ago)
Made in Dominican Republic.
slave omari (1 year ago)
I've been wearing Georgia Romeo's going on 10 years I have no complaints
T.M. H. (1 year ago)
Hey, if your an unboxer, is the guy that puts merchandise in the boxes, is he call a "BOXER" hehehe I worked 30 yrs for the phone co, and we had to wear 8 or 10 in lace up boots for ankle support, and a well defined heel so if you were on hooks, they wouldn't slip. But working inside building computerized fiber-optic systems, never mind we wore what we wanted, who cares huh??? But seriously lace up boots give good ankle support and with those hill sides you are on, it would work great to keep from screwing up your ankle-bones, connected to the
Tom D (1 year ago)
Jesse, I seen you was having some issue's with your back, has anyone looked at your feet? I had hard time getting mine to cooperate finally went the foot route, plantar fasciitis got some better supports and low and behold back issues went away, just something to check, keep up the great content, hi Alyssa :)
Eugene Onegin (1 year ago)
I had a pair of those and that rubber band that is sewn to the upper with crack were the shoe flexes when you walk .
Brayden Reeves (1 year ago)
what size are you
Daniel Herrin (1 year ago)
Steal toe?
redcinos (1 year ago)
I'm sold. I'll order them.
Alex Rueda (1 year ago)
These are great boots in my opinion. I just curious, its been over a year since you posted the video. Do you still have them and if so how are they holding up? I have a pair and I really like them, and I was just curious what you thought of them.
JonLIsALoser (1 year ago)
American made?
Devan White (1 year ago)
I wanna crawl in your boot and sniff your manly feet and when your done working for the day. you take those boots off and I will lick your foot dry with those heavy and thick wool socks. master andrew
Doug Reeves (1 year ago)
Devan White that's not his name . and he is married
Ryan Brown (1 year ago)
great boot ive had mine 5yrs know
Steve Anderson (1 year ago)
If you live near a Costco they usually have these for about $59.99 I have 2 pairs and they are great boots! They are also very good if you have any foot problems as they have a very solid soul.
Ray Allison (1 year ago)
Good job those are some nice boots. I work as a timber faller in Montana and I like to wear lace up boots when I'am falling so if you plan on doing a lot of sawing get a pair of lace ups. Also you have a very good YouTube channel. Keep up the great work.
russellp7 (1 year ago)
Ray Allison
Dave Wilde (1 year ago)
My Amazing girlfriend just handed me my first True pair of romeo's. I had purchased the cheap knock offs from whulee-whirled and they broke down so quick they were terrible, made my feet sore, and smell since they were made from synthetic pathetic genuine imitation vinyl wood grain or something, anyways the moment I slipped these babys on I could tell they are well made. Just have to break them in after I get them protected with some Hansens or NeverWet or such. Im headed to the website now to see what Georgia Boot recommends for weather protecting them Its wet here near the Oregon coast. And thumbs up Pure Living for Life, off grid, solar etc... Have done the same and I found that my solar was producing way more energy than I could ever use. Never going back to fossil fuels etc, that is antiquated tech.
Chase Craiger (1 year ago)
I live in northwest Washington state and literally everybody here wears these. daily. it would be weird if you didn't own a pair. I've had a pair every year since i was a toddler. these are amazing
Sn33Ky5n1PeR23 (10 months ago)
They are everywhere here in grays harbor, just got another pair from dennis company for like $50.
Ken Fey (10 months ago)
Yep from anacortes wa it’s Romeoville down here I love mine and if your not wearing nikes here it’s romeos
terry breedlove (1 year ago)
Forks Wa here and yes we wear these and it seems everyone has them.
chevy G (1 year ago)
Alejandro Guillen yep washington is romeo ville
Alejandro Guillen (1 year ago)
Chase Craiger so true when I was in highschool even the girls had pink ones 😂
vosoda1 (1 year ago)
Slip on boots? they look more like slippers for watching TV, and eating popcorn. Good work boots have a 8 or 9 inch upper that laces up snug and both supports and protects your ankles.Those loafers look very unsafe to me. You can't do much around the homestead with a broken ankle or leg. I guess they are good for baking brownies, lol.
TeleRocker11 (1 year ago)
vosoda1 For every day tasks they're great. Walking up and down that hill logging, maybe not. But if you like to lace up every time you run to town or take out the garbage, good for you! Haha!
Syd Stephen (1 year ago)
+vosoda1 I could not agree with you more. They may be wonderful well made boots but with that hilly mountainous terrain and loose rock everywhere I would definitely want taller boots that I could lace extremely snug. I have also used Red Wings and they are great! That being said I LOVE your channel and have learned wonderful things, and even used a few also lol. Keep being awesome! And keep safe!!
vosoda1 (1 year ago)
+Boss Chav Gigante Hey, if slip on boots work for you that's great. But I don't think I would want to work without ankle support and protection. I discovered Red Wing work boots in the 90's ( made in the USA) and have worn nothing but ever since. http://www.redwingshoes.com/about-red-wing-shoes. Some of them have lasted over 10 years by alternating 2 pair so the leather can air dry, rather than wearing the same pair every day. I have done about 21 yrs of heavy commercial construction, and about 10 yrs of residential construction. I cant count how many times the uppers on my boots saved me from a great deal of pain. Cheers
Mr Chav Gigante (1 year ago)
vosoda1 something tells me you've never worn/used Romeos before. Believe it or not, they're good work boots. I work in the logging industry and I've had my current pair for about a year and they're great.
Savanna Kitchen (1 year ago)
I love my Romeos they work for working around and help my family on the farm or helping my step dad work on cars. I love them because I don't slip on the oil
Tami Gami (2 years ago)
Was that an aluminum can in that trash can??? Save that aluminum Man! Aluminum is worth cash money! No other packaging can be sold for cash everywhere. I know it may seem unworthy the effort but if you consider the price of aluminum (traded on the stock exchange - metals) at any given time, you might find that a trial run of collection may be in order. Someone, somewhere is making money off of your trashed aluminum...it should be you, because you paid for it in the first place! Ok...thanks for listening!
greenrumour (2 years ago)
Nice pair of slippers. They are very comfortable but the elastic stretches out right away and the soles are very soft and you have moccasins before you know it. Don't buy them for real work and stay on flat ground. Watch your toes as they are nothing more than leather socks. Unusable in less than a year.
twerkdaddy69 (2 years ago)
chippewa is very popular here in new hampshire
Kdogg1999 G (2 years ago)
good boot I've had good experiences with Georgia boot had my romeos for 4 years
Michael Hughes (2 years ago)
These are a dress pair of Goergia Giants. Picking up a pair for a work event next week, got to look sharp!
Jon Wojcik (2 years ago)
You stated that is wasn't really in the budget, but you needed to by a new pair of boots. That really opened my eyes that i spend to much on stupid stuff that isn't really needed, without even realizing it. Keep up the good work!
jdhbulseye (2 years ago)
Get some Obenauf's heavy duty lp and butter those leather boots up. put a good 2 coats on. It will help the boots break in nice and it will protect the leather from acids or alkali in the dirt that inevitable gets on them. Your boots will last quite a bit longer if you put that stuff on. I use an old t-shirt to apply the Obenauf's by hand.
Dragan Knezevich (2 years ago)
Илья Щукин (2 years ago)
I need Men's Georgia Giant Work Boot. Length of my foot - 26 centimeters, wide of my foot - 10,2 centimeters. I want to take boots 1 centimeter bigger, that is - 27 centimeters. What US size I need to choose? Thanks!
Илья Щукин (1 year ago)
Very thanks bro!=)
greenrumour (2 years ago)
US size 10 http://www.leftlanesports.com/popup_shoesize.htm
Brokedownshoes2u (2 years ago)
Any chance of buying the shoes you put in the bin?
Ed Harley (10 months ago)
A man can dream.
John Largent (2 years ago)
Hi guys, Romeos are what most people in the trades wear home (loggers, linemen, etc.) They are slip-ons, and just durable enough to get you down the road, out of the duty rig and into your personal truck. If you have been putting some miles on your work boots, it can be a real relief to slip your tired dogs into a fresh pair of romeos. Much better than thongs in the winter, especially if you need to gas-up, or run a few errands. Great videos! Really enjoying all the trials and victories. I am sure there are many others out there like myself sighing, chuckling and cheering as you are challenged by each new project. Be well, J.
John Burdette (2 years ago)
Gotta have solid well made and supportive foot wear.Nice boots for sure...
Ike Godsay (2 years ago)
Hey man, I enjoy your videos, very interesting stuff! But I wouldn't dream of doing what you're doing without steel toe, lace up work boots but that's me. Safety first.
50 Ducks In A Hot Tub (2 years ago)
These aren't boots they shoes, working on the homestead is more dangerous than you think. I use to wear 3/4 boots like you're showing here after I broke my ankle getting on the tractor I learned my lesson. Get yourself some real safety work boots with an 8 inch or 10 in height for ankle support. Nothing screws up homestead living more than a broken ankle, trust me spend the money or gamble getting some unplanned down time.
TRUTH TELLER 310 (9 months ago)
great advice!
Oh Asis (11 months ago)
You can get a decent lace up steel cap with zip up sides for convenience.
Mark Thompson (1 year ago)
50 Ducks In A Hot Tub true so true lace up boots are better
gac914 (2 years ago)
Those look more like "work bedroom slippers." Agree with Tim S below. Next time buy some REAL work boots!! Sorry man, just sayin'. . . . . . . !!
Mike Duffy (2 years ago)
I would also like to say I envy you guys I want to live the off grid life style it's going to happen soon for me I hope
Mike Duffy (2 years ago)
you should invest in a pair of nicks boots they are about 5 hundred dollars but there are so worth the money I have 3 pairs they take 15 weeks to get and about 100 hours to break in but are so so worth it 100% rebuildable
gregall7 (2 years ago)
buying one as i watch the video BTW open an amazon store so you can get some profit out of it .
gregall7 (2 years ago)
I figured that,after that i went to you blog and saw the link as well. thank you 
Pure Living for Life (2 years ago)
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non yobussiness (2 years ago)
Danner USA made are good. the truth is you are going to need a lot of boots and they are not going to last for ever.
Andrew E. (2 years ago)
Aren't Sketchers made for walking around the mall?
Pure Living for Life (2 years ago)
+Andrew Esposito Haha, yes, I think they are!
Matt D (2 years ago)
For almost everything I do arou d my little slice of heaven I wear the Romeos, for work i have to have a steel toe so I wear the 8in loggers. I personally swear by Georgia boots, haven't had a pair I didn't like or was t comfortable. I would agree with OkieRob if you are out in the woods there falling trees or anything like that, a lace up boot would be better. Red wings are good, danner is good. If you look up wrangler star he has a custom boot from Adams boots that are amazing. But spendy...
Cowan (2 years ago)
LMAO.....In the process of making the same type of purchase......this is very helpful and thanks for an awesome review!
Red A (2 years ago)
I would avoid steel toe boots, there are some good safety toe boots out there and when it gets cold there, you will definitely feel the steel toe.
OkieRob (2 years ago)
I know you want comfort , but there is no ankle support. Roll your ankle and you're not going to be able to traverse that hill. A good 8" lace up will be a better choice for the type of work you do there.
wilsjane (11 months ago)
Those elastic sides would not have been very practical if he had needed to put a fire out. LOL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5N4w7LOT7c
Terry JP (1 year ago)
he has no clue.
Tim Wells (1 year ago)
Totally agree. At least he got the ones with the heel on it. I got the flat bottom version of the Romeo and fell on my ass repeatedly on hills with dry leaves and other uneven ground. Might as well have had roller skates on. They roll around on the heel quite a bit too. Tossed them in the garbage after a few months.
Keith U (2 years ago)
next time, get you some Red Wings. They're ungodly expensive BUT they have a warranty on them and the company will re-sole them for free. Climbers, Tree Climbers, Power/utility companies all stand by them. They're the top of the line. Like say not budget friendly. Budget friendly with longevity you can also go with Caterpillar. They make a fantastic boot that's comfortable and can take a beating. I had nice pair I put through hell lasted me 3 years. http://www.redwingshoes.com/red-wing-shoe-finder
Tim Wells (1 year ago)
I had a pair for pole climbing and they hurt the arch of my feet so bad I took em back.
Mark Jacob (1 year ago)
Billy Bison I'm in electrical union, also worked rail road..red wings suck and they don't stand behind them as I found out after spending $350.00 for a pair.
chevy G (1 year ago)
Kenny Feygraves007 i had mine for 3 years use em all day for evreything there amazing for tbe price
Nate Hill (2 years ago)
+Hassassin Assassin iron rangers are not for style there for work they just look good while working
Kenny Feygraves007 (2 years ago)
+Hassassin Assassin agreed I wear romeos and I had my pair for at least two years and they held up so good throughout metal work dirtbiking anything I do is in my romeos and my Romeos satisfy me so well
Brian (2 years ago)
I'm really enjoying your videos and adventure. Are these boots steel-toed?
Tom Mathews (1 year ago)
And you have a sawmill now......steel is always a good idea around logs!
Brian (2 years ago)
+Pure Living for Life Yeah from what I see in your videos, you're into some pretty heavy duty jobs! There are quite a few steel toed options which don't feel like construction boots (some have composite toes as an option), maybe something to consider. Or... if you decide against it, you have to promise to make a video about the first time something really heavy falls on your toes :-)
Pure Living for Life (2 years ago)
+Brian T These particular boots aren't steel-toed, but we did buy a set of those as well (I think we got these ones: http://amzn.to/1MQQf0u) although we haven't taken them out of the box yet. They are just so hardcore, LOL! We may return them, but then again, steel-toed boots seem like a great, cheap insurance plan when falling trees.

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