Caulk boots

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Caulk boots, calk boots,[1] or cork boots (pronounced "cork" and usually called "corks")[2] are spike-soled boots[3] worn by loggers and tree planters in many places,[4] but particularly associated with the lumberjacks of the timber-producing regions of the Pacific Northwest and Canada.[5] They are worn for traction in the woods and especially in timber rafting, and were part of the traditional lumberman's basic equipment, along with axe, peavey and crosscut saw.[6]

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