Men's Carolina® 10" Lightweight Waterproof Composite Toe Wellington Work Boots, Brown

Item # WX2-227373

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Carolina® 10" Lightweight Waterproof Composite Toe Wellington Work Boots The right stuff for taking on wet stuff.

When wet conditions and falling hazards threaten to sour your sunny disposition, Carolina® Work Boots to the rescue! These Work Boots pack a Scubaliner™ 100% waterproof membrane and lightweight composite toe so your feet stay dry and safe, comfort assured.

Premium pull-ons:
  • Rugged leather upper gives this work boot style and durability
  • 100% waterproof Scubaliner lining
  • Non-metallic carbon composite toe meets ASTM I75 / C75 standards for compression and impact
  • Mesh lining
  • Electrical hazard rated for blocking those big shocks
  • Non-metallic shank provides underfoot support and stability without adding weight
  • Cement construction makes for a flexible, lightweight fit
  • Slip-resistant rubber outsole will keep you on your feet, the perfect feature in your boots for work
  • Each approx. 10" h., 28 ozs.

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