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Happy Easter Permies,
                               A different one - What does everyone wear on their feet when out in the fields ?
Do you wear boots ? Joggers ? Thongs , sandles ,clogs ???

I have always wore Blundstone slip on boots, however I recently noticed some cool sandles with solid toe line in them which I may try.
Let’s see what we come up with
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I go barefoot (or barofoot as my sons say), when its warm enough. And sketchers when its not, being a Carpenter by trade I've worn boots for years and I finally learned to wear lighter shoes. When its really hot out I carry flip-flops to work with me and after work I switch to them for the ride home. Cools my feet off.

I do like to go barefoot when I can.

 
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Unless I'm doing heavy work, I've been mostly kicking around in these Sanuk Vagabonds. They're lightweight and convenient and don't mind if they get wet.

 
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