Men's 9" Golden Retriever® Waterproof 400 grams Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation Logger Work Boots with Steel Toe

Item # WX2-174142

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Men's 9" Golden Retriever® Waterproof 400 - gram Logger Work Boots with Steel Toe Hard on work, easy on feet.

You'd never know it just by looking, but inside this Pair's no-nonsense steel toe work boot exterior is a comfy, forgiving fit. That's due to the lightweight, removable polyurethane insole that soaks up shock and cushions every step.

It's teamed up with inner midsoles made with leather and another cushy layer made to "take a stand" against foot pain. But aside from keeping your feet comfortable, Golden Retriever keep them dry, too. Thanks to the waterproof / breathable Dry Dawgs membrane, soggy socks won't be an issue.

Hard-working footwear, lumberjack style:
  • Great looking waterproof black full-grain leather uppers with ASTM-rated steel toe protection
  • 400 grams Thinsulate¿ Ultra Insulation will keep your feet toasty in cold climates
  • Electrical hazard protected
  • Moisture-wicking Cambrelle® lining wicks away sweat
  • Reinforced brass lace eyelets and speed hooks
  • Oil and slip-resistant Vibram outsoles
  • Flexible, repairable Goodyear welt construction for added durability and toughness
  • 9" h. 34 ozs. each.
  • ASTM F2413-05- M I/75 C/75 EH compliant.

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