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St. Louis, MO –  Richard Karn knows a thing or two about work boots. He has been working with the tools of the trade for decades, first as Al Borland on ABC’s Home Improvement and most recently on the History Channel’s Assembly Required.  Karn, in a brand new series of six videos, heaps heavy praise on some of the toughest work boots around, Iron Age Work Boots.

In one video, Karn educates on how to save one’s foot with metatarsal protective footwear from Iron Age.  In another, he invites viewers to “just say no to (boot) crack” with Iron Age’s industry-only crack-resistant leather. Other spots highlight the importance of picking out the right boot for the right job, and Karn even gives tough workers the okay to wear soft toes for some jobs, profiling Iron Age’s first-ever soft toe offering, a boot not a slipper. With humor, straight talk, and good old-fashioned wisdom, Karn profiles an Old School Tough Work Boot brand that has helped build America since 1918.

Check out Richard Karn’s Iron Age videos on the Iron age YouTube Channel: Iron Age Footwear – YouTube. Please utilize these videos on any of your social media channels and use hashtag #ironagefootwaer

Iron Age Footwear is a brand of Warson Brands, also known as Warson Group, Inc., headquartered in St. Louis, MO. Warson Brands is a global manufacturer and marketer of military, tactical, and industrial safety footwear since 1989, and provides a variety of work and duty footwear under the world’s finest brand names, Reebok, Rockport Works, Florsheim, Iron Age, Grabbers, and Knapp. Iron Age was the first protective toe footwear manufacturer in the United States, originating in Pittsburgh, PA in 1918. For more information, visit For all of our latest news, updates, events, promotions, and new product introductions, visit and  

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(Originally posted by HLNews)


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