Red Cross ready shoes — steel toe edition

David Andre, director of food and nutrition at the American Red Cross of Eastern MA and operator of the largest food pantries in New England has his own version of Red Cross-Ready shoes.

I think we can agree mine are prettier, but his make more sense in a warehouse.

For safety reasons, that is when you’re lifting boxes of cans and bags of vegetables, steel toed boots are safest. Closed-toe shoes or sneakers are the next best thing. No sandals, flip flops or red espadrille wedges.


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  1. […] which I’m hoping is not a hoax. Because the next time I show up at a fire scene and someone scoffs at me for not having work boots on, I want to say “These are Red Cross […]

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