Red Wings are fine boots for construction work. It may take a bit of searching to find a model that is to your liking and fits you well, but they have a reputation for being well-made and bearing up decently even with heavy use. I'll admit I'm also plugging a company in the Midwest, LOL. They are based in Red Wing, Minnesota.
Hi. I like wearing RockRooster Work boots because they are lightweight and feel like a feather on my foot. I can't say they are suitable for every job, because everyone has different preferences when choosing shoes. But I like wearing these boots on safari, construction sites, and on walks in the park, in the rain, and sometimes in the snow. If you pad the soles of these work boots with sandpaper, you won't slip on the ice at all. Although even without sandpaper, they're stable enough and don't slip on the snow. You say you work at a construction site. I'm also a construction worker. But I've recently become a foreman and only manage the process.
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