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October 7, 2013
My Justin Gypsy work boots SAVED my foot!
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I am a plumber. Two weeks ago an 80 gallon water heater full of water tipped over and fell on my right foot. About 600lbs pinned my foot to the concrete floor. When the heater was lifted off my foot, we noticed a dent in the shape of my boot on the top of the tank. The thick sole, strong steel toe, and excellent craftsmanship saved my foot from being crushed! My foot was bruised but not even one broken bone.

I am a loyal customer for life. I will never trust another pair of work boots like I trust my Justin's!

This single mom owes a lot to you all!

Thank you for protecting me.

October 7, 2013
600lb water heater fell on my foot. My Justin boots saved my foot
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I am a plumber and was working on changing out an 80 gal water heater. The heater tipped over 3/4 full and landed on my right foot. My foot was pinned with my outside ankle on the floor. I felt nothing but great pressure. After the heater was lifted off my foot we noticed that the heater has an indent from my boot. The thickness of the sole and the steel toed took the impact. The steel to was warped but my foot was still there.

I know without a doubt, that my Justin Steel Toed Gypsy boots saved my foot from being flatter than a frog on a highway.

I am a single mother who works hard to provide for my son. I will always be thankful.

October 4, 2013
Saved my feet!!!
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I've been a Insulin dependent Diabetic since I was 10, and my feet have given me many issues. I always wore a pair of rocky slip-ons (Never gonna own Rocky's again!!) before I was diagnosed. Being a diabetic I needed a good boot/shoe with good support, I searched and tried many different types, all until about 2 1/2 years ago. I found these Lace up Age bark, at my local tractor supply co. I live on a farm, and I needed a good heavy boot. To tell the least, these boots were worth the $150, they saved my feet. I'm 17 now, and have ordered a second pair. I love my USA Made Justin's. Best boot I've ever owned. Quality is outstanding!!!!

October 1, 2013
My signature boots...
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My name is Roe Hernandez and I love wearing Justin Roper boots. I am 51 years old and a breast cancer survivor. In November of 1998 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I didn't know what was in store for me in the future so I decided to splurge on myself. I always wanted some brown leather Justin Roper boots but they were too expensive so I bought me a pair and the rest is history. I still wear those boots, 3 resoles and have duct tape in boots so my feet can slide in. I now use them in my signature picture (picture attached, one of many). My friends and others that see my boot pictures, tell me to put them in a book, calendar or billboard for some company. Everywhere I go, everything I see are shown through my boots. I make people feel like they are in the picture experiencing everything I do. I only wear Justin Ropers, have 4 pairs and all are over 15 years old(blue, black, gray and brown). The reason I love your boots is because they feel like they are already broken in when you first put them on. Keep up the good work. The only thing I don't like is that you did away with the slick soles on the brown leather Roper boots and replaced with rubber soles. Can't boot scoot with rubber soles, that is why I have to keep resoling my brown boots. Love wearing my favorite brown boots. I am cancer free and because of the boots I bought in 1998, I have been enjoying traveling and taking pictures of boots and making others smile when they see where I have been. Thank you for that.

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