Men's Magnum® Viper Lows, Black

Item # WX2-119600

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Details & Specs

Magnum® Viper Lows Athletic work shoes that are sure to pass inspection with comfort on command. Mission ready!

"Emergency, Code 2. ETA 3 minutes, let's roll." When the chips are down and seconds count, you can rely on these Viper Work Shoes. Part of Magnum ® 's Uniform Collection, this work footwear is engineered to meet rigorous demands with speed, endurance, support, traction and stability. Comfort is A-1 too, with loads of cushioning so your dawgs aren't barking, even when assigned a double shift. Isn't it time you "retired" your oldies for a brand new pair?

  • Action leather uppers are perfect for work shoes because they're built to last
  • Aggressive, slip-resistant carbon rubber outsole
  • Lightweight, compression molded EVA midsole for work shoe cushioning
  • Moisture-wicking lining
  • Steel shank offers stability
  • Rustproof hardware
  • Padded collar
  • M-pact heel air pad offers your work shoes more cushioning
  • Each is approx. 20 ozs.

State Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Note: big and wide widths available.


Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. A little stiff then I expected but they work well at my job.a
  2. 4 stars
    Very Comfortable and a Great Price.
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