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The Steel-Toed Boot’s Journey from Sabotage to Style

You may have heard the story of sabots, the solid wooden shoes carved by peasants and used to protect the feet while farming (think Dutch clogs), while working around livestock, and, yes, while working in textile mills.  The story goes, that disgruntled workers threw their sabots into the looms and, voila, the term “sabotage” was born. 

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