11" Men's Georgia® SD Wellington Oily Chocolate Heritage®

Item # WX2-133469

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Details & Specs

Steel Toe Georgia® SD Wellington Oily Chocolate Heritage® Cowboy Boots These riding boots are durable and ready for tough conditions! SAVE BIG !

These heavy-duty cowboy boots are built for the working man. These Western Boots are stacked with waterproof full-grain leather that molds to your feet, and static dissipative material for your safety. The steel toe protects you from numerous hazards across the job site.

Comfort and safety:
  • Riding boots made with a nubuck leather boot shaft
  • Steel shank adds stability to these cowboy boots
  • Riding boots feature a direct attached oil-resistant polyurethane "suspension" outsole
  • Removable Comfort Core® Airflow orthotic insert for comfort
  • Approx. 30 ozs. each.
  • ASTM F 2413-05 M I/75 C/75 SD Type 1 compliant.

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  • Oily Chocolate Heritage®

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