Work hard, sleep hard
- They're the least ugly food service shoes on the market. The toe box is plenty wide enough for my feet, which is rare. The height protects my ankles from getting run over by baking racks.
- They need to break in for kneeling, and I will need insoles for arch support and to prevent heel slipping because the laces don't allow for much adjustment. The toes are already worn after one week. They are a bit slippery after spending time in a freezer, but that's normal. I justified the price with the expectation they will last a year compared to 4-6 months for other nonslip shoes, but I'm not sure that's going to happen.
|Value for money|
Published on: 08 March 2018