Men's Caterpillar® 8" Rangler Steel Toe Mike Rowe Work Boots

Item # WX2-231122

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Caterpillar® 8" Rangler Steel Toe Mike Rowe Work Boots stand up to the worst of the worst "Dirty Jobs"!

While "Dirty Jobs" host Mike Rowe has spent his life learning from experts, one thing he is an expert at is getting dirty. And being tough on his boots. And it just so happens that Caterpillar® has quite a few years under their belt making tough boots. So, they've teamed up and built these Ranglers to stand up to Mike's dirtiest, toughest jobs. Built with rugged materials and construction, they'll handle all the abuse you can throw their way!

  • Rugged full-grain buffalo leather uppers
  • ASTM 2413-05 I/75 C/75 steel toe for protection
  • SuperWelt construction means years of durability
  • Slip-resistant rubber outsole keeps you on your feet
  • Moisture-wicking nylon mesh lining
  • Electrical hazard protection blocks big shocks
  • PU insole and rubber midsole for cushioning and support
  • Steel shank provides firm underfoot support. Each approx. 8"h., 36 ozs.

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Mike Rowe Work Boots


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