Ariat Men's Workhog XT H20 Carbon Square Toe Work Boot 10024966


$ 209.95 

Get the job done right in perfect comfort and safety when you pull on these boots from Ariat. These boots have durable leather construction and an ATS Max insert, sure to provide you with barefoot comfort for hours on end. The carbon toe is lighter than the composite toe and will protect your toes from any sudden impact or compression. Never leave for work without pulling on these work boots from Ariat. 
  • Genuine Leather
  • 11" Shaft
  • 1.5" Heel
  • Circumference: 17"
  • Non-metallic toe for electronic security working conditions
  • Carbon toe is F2413-11 M I/75 C/75 EH rated for safety
  • Oil- and slip-resistant Duratread outsole
  • Rebound foam insole; ATS MAX comfort technology
  • Mesh lining; Six-row upper stitch; Goodyear welt
  • 90 degree heel
  • Waterproof Pro construction with waterproof full-grain leather
  • Shock-absorbing EVA midsole with ESS extra protection and support

Measurements for this boot were taken from a size 10D. Please note that measurements may vary by size.

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