Men's McRae® 8" Waterproof 400 Grams Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulated Work Boots

Item # WX2-281627

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McRae® 8" WATERPROOF 400 Grams Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulated Work Boots put an end to creeping cold and moisture.

"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." Whoever said that probably worked at a desk. Even the most dedicated tradesmen know that loving your job doesn't keep the snow and cold away... which is why these workhorse Boots from McRae® are the right choice, whether you love your job or not.

  • Brown pitstop tumbled waterproof leather
  • 400 grams of Thinsulate™ Ultra Insulation for sure warmth
  • 100% waterproof construction
  • Goodyear welt construction means they're resoleable, extending boot life
  • High abrasion, oil, heat and slip-resistant outsole
  • Moisture-wicking lining
  • Comfort padded insole with moisture-wicking cover
  • Tempered steel shank provides firm underfoot support
  • Each approx. 8"h., 32 ozs.

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Ultra Insulated Work Boots


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