I Tried the Brunt Marin - Here's My Honest Review

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I’ve been so tired of work boots that just kept letting me down, so recently I was in the market for a new pair. I’ve seen a bunch of guys wearing BRUNTs, and I kept seeing them all over social media.

It seemed like they might just be all hype, but since they have a 30-day free trial, I thought I might as well give them a shot.

We all know what we look for in a work boot: durability, support, and comfort that lasts all day. But finding a boot that checks all the boxes can be tough. Especially for us guys in construction - our boots take a beating.

Let me tell you, I've worn a lot of work boots in my time. Some started out great but fell apart after a few weeks. Others were tanks but felt like wearing bricks on my feet. And forget about some "waterproof" boots - a surprise rain shower could turn your socks into sponges. I’m tired of shelling out my hard-earned money for a boot that will just let me down.

I was initially a bit skeptical, but I couldn’t have been more wrong. These BRUNT boots are the real deal. 

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Here's what impressed me most

    • Unbelievable Comfort: Right out of the box, these boots felt amazing. No break-in period, just all-day comfort, even after hours on my feet. My legs and feet felt great at the end of a long shift, a welcome change from some of the heavy boots I've worn.
    • Built to Last: The Brunt Marin feels seriously tough. The build is super high quality, and the materials seem like they can handle whatever I throw at them. I'm not worried about these boots crapping out on me after a few weeks.
    • Truly Waterproof: Finally, a work boot that is actually waterproof. I've sloshed through puddles, walked through heavy morning dew, and my feet have stayed completely dry. No more soggy socks, even on messy jobs.
    • Lightweight: Most boots that classify themselves as durable are heavy as could be, but these are a lot lighter than I was expecting. Plus, the safety composite toe is lighter than steel so it doesn’t weigh me down, but keeps me protected. 
    • Value: A bunch of the other top brands I’ve tried come in at $200-$300. Compared to the $155.99 of the Marin, it’s just so much more affordable for me to go with BRUNT.

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    A minor downside

    Since BRUNT is a newer brand, they aren't available in a ton of stores yet. They’re in a few boot stores, but there weren’t any around me. That means I couldn't try them on in person before I ordered. Luckily, their sizing guide was spot-on, but it would have been nice to get the perfect fit from the start.

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    Overall, the BRUNT Marin is a game-changer for me

    They're the most comfortable work boots I've ever worn, and they seem built to withstand the daily grind of construction work. If you're looking for a top-notch boot delivered straight to your door, the Brunt Marin is absolutely worth checking out.

    Plus, with that 30-day free trial, there really is no reason not to give them a shot. If you don’t feel the same way as I did about them, you can just send them back, free of charge. 

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