Women's Dr. Martens® 7 - Eyelet Safety Toe Scanner Boot

Item # WX2-26184

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Details & Specs

Dr. Martens® 7 Eyelet Safety Toe Scanner Boots. OUTSTANDING VALUE !

Not into heavy metal? Then these non-steel-toe Boots are right for you. They still have safety toes for protection, but they're made of a non-metallic, super-tough composite material. Because they're non-metallic, they won't set off metal detectors and security scanners used at some facilities.

These Boots are made of heavy milled, oiled full-grain leather that looks and wears great. And they're lightweight and comfortable for less stress and fatigue on your feet. While supplies last, you can get a pair at this special price!

  • Dr. Martens® famous air-cushioned soles provide comfort
  • Slip-resistant for better footing at work
  • Static dissipative for static sensitive work areas
  • Classic 7 eyelet lacing
  • Each weighs approx. 28 ozs.

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Please Note : Teak brown color may be darker than pictured. Sorry, no choice.


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