Women's Thorogood® I - Met Hiking Shoes, Dark Brown

Item # WX2-189589

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Women's Thorogood® I - Met Hiking Shoes Work boots offer protection you can trust, over the river and through the woods!

Prepare yourself for the rugged outdoor conditions with these Thorogood® I-Met Hiking Shoes! The rockiest, hardest terrain won't best these Leather Boots! For one, a full-length Shock Zone footbed absorbs impact to keep your feet from aching somethin' awful.

And when you work up a sweat, integrated air flow vents work with two-zone wicking mesh lining to promote dryness through the day. As if that weren't enough, your feet will be wrapped in multiple layers of protection with patented I-Met™ technology, a steel toe, and electric shock resistance (up to 18,000 volts).

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  • Durable dark brown uppers give your work boots extra comfort
  • Compression-molded polyurethane midsole to absorb shock
  • Fiberglass shank adds stability that makes these great work boots for women
  • Durable, long-lasting direct-inject construction
  • Each Shoe weighs approx. 24 oz.

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