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In a message dated 98-05-11 14:14:33 EDT, you write:
> They last about 8 months, as opposed to the Miller's riding
> tennis shoe which lasts about 5 months.
Expensive shoes &/or boots should last at least a year. If they don't, it
might be worth your while to get the manufacture's 800 # and let them know.
They just might replace the worn out ones. I've had that happen twice. Once
with a part of muckers I use in the barn and once with a pair of my husbands
running shoes. The good/big companies will usually stand behind their name.
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