Summary of Joe Rogan favorite boots cut in half - Origin boots

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In this video, Joe Rogan and Jocko Willink discuss the origins of Rogan's favorite boots. The boots are made in the United States from a combination of American and foreign-made materials. The boots are tough, comfortable, and perfect for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu thanks to their durability and soft feel.

  • 00:00:00 The video cuts a half-inch off of a pair of boots worn by Joe Rogan, a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt, and former Navy SEAL Jocko Willink. They test the materials and determine that the boots are made in the United States, with the goal of sourcing everything from the United States.
  • 00:05:00 The Joe Rogan favorite boots are made in the United States, but the only component that is not sourced domestically is the midsole, which comes from South America. The boots are tough and easy to resole, thanks to the stitch down construction and heavy duty materials.
  • 00:10:00 The boots were cut in half to show the construction. The boots are made from a combination of American and foreign-made materials. The boots are sturdy, but not as sturdy as 80 nails. The boots have a soft feel and are lightweight. The boots are good for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu because they are durable and have a comfortable feel.
  • 00:15:00 This video discusses the origins of Joe Rogan's favorite boots, which are Goodyear welted boots. The boots are well-made and benefit from American manufacturing, with every component except the leather midsole sourced from the United States. The boots are ranked first on the matuso scale, which measures the quality of American-made products.

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