I spent today in a pair of “corks”.
Wikipedia defines “corks” as follows: “Caulk boots (pronounced "cork" and usually called "corks") are leather or rubber nail-soled boots worn by lumberjacks in the timber-producing regions of the Pacific Northwest and Canada. “ (information gathered by thousands of unqualified people might not be the most accurate of sources but it serves my purposes most of the time… ) Aside from the questionable accuracy of the wikipedia world.. the definition here is roughly correct. (note that they are also marketed as chainsaw boots)
|photo off internet.... photo of me in the ORANGE beasts|
I've been traipsing around in to follow at later date!