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Rocky® Rebel Waterproof Steel Toe Work Boots. Giving hard-working feet the protection and comfort they need to stay a step ahead!
If you're an adventure seeker, you probably know the Rocky name. Well, it turns out they make one heckuva work boot, too. With guaranteed waterproof construction, shock-absorbing cushion to reduce fatigue, plus steel toe protection, you'll have no idea how much your feet where missing until you've spent a shift in Rocky!More:
- Full-grain leather uppers and nylon quarter panels make these work boots stylish and durable
- Shock-absorbing EVA midsole
- Sport Utility rubber outsole gives your work boots traction and stability
- Complies with ASTM Electrical Hazard standards. 8"h. 34 ozs. each.
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Mens Rocky Rebel Waterproof Steel Toe Work Boots is rated out of 5 by 10.Rated 5 out of 5 by Forklift Fritz from Great Boot Been purchasing Rocky boots for 20 plus years. These boots are no different. Same great quality and fit. I work in all kinds of weather and Rocky boots are one of the few that I can get 5 years or more of use out of. Just remember one thing, the Thinsulate liner makes the boot snug so you may need to order a wider size than normal.Date published: 2016-12-28Rated 1 out of 5 by RLnATL from Not the Rocky Boots of Old Have been buying Rocky boots for years and years and years. This boot does not meet the expectation of a quality boot, especially at its high price point. Tongue wont stay in boot, so lacing is difficult. Lace hooks at top are so far open the wont hold the shoelace in place, so lacing is VERY difficult. Steel toe is VERY POORLY DESIGNED! Once the boot was broken in, the steel toe will rub hard, to the point you will not be able to wear the boots.Date published: 2016-12-27Rated 3 out of 5 by Bootless from Did not fit Rating is based on THIS experience. I always try to buy Rocky boots when I need new ones. The are comfortable, very well built, and last for years. But for the second time in 2 years I have had to buy another brand because Rocky does not make what I need (waterproof, insulated, safety toe) in a boot that fits my foot. I tried on a 10.5 extra wide in a different model (not insulated) and it fit perfect. The store did not have what I needed, so I ordered this boot online in the same size. The length, compared with my old boots, appeared good; but it was so narrow I could not get my foot in the boot. To get a boot in this model wide enough I would have had to get it so long it would have been loose on my foot. This is an industry-wide problem. Sizes mean nothing but a way to compare one boot to another in the exact same model; there is no relation between any actual measurement and a boot size. They accepted the return and refunded my money without any problems (this is important too).Date published: 2016-12-15Rated 5 out of 5 by Harry54 from very durable Keeps my feet warm and dry ,very comfortable and toughDate published: 2016-12-11Rated 4 out of 5 by Richie fromDate published: 2016-04-05Rated 5 out of 5 by Pipeliner56 from This boot has it all It's very hard to find a boot that is insulated, waterproof and has a steel toe. I bought quite a few pairs of the Sport Utility Pro years back and suddenly they became hard to get and I had to switch to another brand. I'm glad they're back. They're real comfortable, well made and worth the money.Date published: 2016-01-28Rated 5 out of 5 by tony36 from these boot are warm and great . I do construction for a living and usually when I buy a pair of boots that are ripped and or punctured the 1st week I have them. And usually do not last more than 6 months. I do not even have a scratch on these boots yet they are tough and warmDate published: 2016-01-07Rated 5 out of 5 by Pikeo from Rugged boots Probably the best boots I've bought in thirty years.Date published: 2015-12-24
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