Durango® Farm & Ranch Composite Toe Wellington Boots, Burly Brown

Item # WX2-578061

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Durango® Farm and Ranch Composite Toe Wellington Boots are the working man's choice!

Got work to do? Durango® Farm & Ranch Composite Toe Wellington Boots are tough as nails and designed to protect your toes from being stomped or crushed. Oh, and they look good, too!

  • Full-grain SPR™ leather upper with taped side seams is ultra-abrasion resistant and resists barnyard acids and caustic chemicals
  • ASTM F2413 I/75 C/75 protective toe
  • Compliant with ASTM F2413 Electrical Hazard standards
  • Tempered steel shank for superior arch support and steadiness
  • Soft, mesh-lined interior prevents chafing
  • Comfort Core® cushioned insole for all-day comfort and ventilation
  • Oil and fuel-resistant Carbo-Tec mini-lug outsole
  • Square toe
  • 1 3/ 4 " work heel
  • Each stands approx. 11" h., weighs approx. 30 ozs.

You rely on your feet... treat them well! State Size, as available in the Shopping Cart.

Toe Wellington Boots, Burly Brown


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