Men's Chippewa® 400 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation 8" Sportility Waterproof Loggers, Briar

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Chippewa® 8" Sportility Waterproof Logger Work Boots Optional jobsite ready steel toe and electrical hazard protection!

Whether your need some comfortable, protective Steel Toe Work Boots, or simply want a durable pair of waterproof Boots for everyday wear... you'll love these Chippewa® Sportility Loggers:
  • Optional steel toe work boots with oiled waterproof leather uppers, sure to withstand wear
  • Removable cushion insole
  • 8'' from sole to boot top
  • 400 gram Thinsulate® Ultra Insulation provides lasting warmth for all season use
  • Vibram® outsole for traction and grip in any terrain
  • Goodyear leather welt construction with Chip-A-Tex® waterproofing to keep your feet dry
  • Removable orthotic insole for superior cushioned support
  • Brushed Nylex lining keeps your work boot breathable.

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