Men's Justin Boots® Wyoming Waterproof 600 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation Safety Toe Work Boots, Brown

Item # WX2-584665

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Justin Boots® Wyoming WATERPROOF Safety Toe Work Boots are all about comfort and ambition. SAVE BIG !

Tradesman-tough workaholics! Chores calling your name? Answer with some of the best Work Boots around. Since 1889, famous Justin Boots® has set the standard for top foot protection and all-day comfort.

Now you can earn a living with no complaints from your feet. Even when harsh elements rule! A Close-Out kicks the usual price tag by a whopping BIG BUCKS OFF!

  • Iron-tough waterproof leather uppers
  • Waterproof full bootie construction for bone-dry feet
  • Round, protective safety toe
  • 600 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation for temperature control
  • Ultra puncture-resisting insole exceeds Z195.09 standards
  • ASTM electrical hazard rated
  • J-Flex&trade Flexible Comfort system®
  • Oil-resisting, non-marking rubber outsole
  • U.S.A. and Canadian safety ratings
  • Removable kiltie.
  • Each approx. 9 1/ 2 "h., 41 ozs.

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600 gram Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation

Safety Toe Work Boots, Brown


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