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Can I Put My Cowboy Boots in the Dryer?
It is not advisable to put your cowboy boots in the dryer as they are mostly made of leather, and leather boots are stripped of the natural oils that they contain when they are dried in a high heat setting.
Are Regular Cowboy Boots Snake Proof?
Most snakes lack the biting ability to puncture good quality, heavy leather cowboy boots. Their sharp needle-like teeth, however, may puncture thin leather boots and inject poison. 
Why Are Cowboy Boots So Uncomfortable? (6 Tips to Make Comfortable)
For some, cowboy boots are really comfortable, while others find them rigid and difficult to walk in.
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How Do You Break in Overalls
Commonly made with heavy canvas, breaking in overalls would be much easier if you soften the canvas before you wear it. The process may require some time and effort but it is definitely worth it.
Coveralls Vs Overalls: Two Important PPE For Industrial Workers
The difference between coveralls and overalls is that coveralls cover your entire body whereas overalls cover your lower part and have bibs and braces in upper.
Sherpa: The Leading Faux Fur for Workers
This lightweight material's characteristics of having a dense pile insulate against the cold without adding more weight, making it a high-performance alternative to fur or sheepskin.
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Are Polyester Beanies Good?
Polyester beanie is a brimless headwear made of woolen materials, a predominant winter accessory. It is a small, round, tight-fitting cap covering your ears, head, and sometimes forehead.
No More Fear to Use Felt Hats in Rain
A felt hat can be worn in light showers and light snow, but not in heavy rain, thunderstorms, or snowfall. However, wearing a felt hat in the rain necessitates extra caution!
Can Bump Caps be Worn Backwards?
Bump caps are not even approved by OSHA and therefore, there are no set rules whether you can wear your bump caps backwards or not. It entirely depends on your comfort and the demand of the job!