Ariat Boots: Men's 10004889 Workhog Composite Toe Waterproof Pull-On Boots
Had a bad day at work yesterday? Not feeling particularly motivated to get out of bed and face another long, grueling shift? This is no time to feel sorry for yourself and let negative thoughts drag you down! Get up, pull yourself up from your boot straps and face the day. We’ll even help you out with these Ariat Men’s 10004889 Workhog Composite Toe Waterproof Pull-On Duratread Boots. Featuring pull-on style for ease of wear, these Workhog boots have no laces, Velcro, or buckles to deal with, so you can get up and at ‘em faster.
With a 10 inch shaft height, these rugged-bark western wellington boots surround your feet and calves in supple, full-grain leather. These Ariat boots look so smooth and handsome from the outside, they hardly look like your standard work boots. While they have great clean lines, you might be thinking these laceless boots might be difficult to get into. Not at all! The flexible gore panel in the back of the shaft allows safety toe boots to be pulled on and off easily - no matter the shape of the foot - without sacrificing fit. With Ariat's revolutionary, patent-pending U-Turn Entry System, your feet will glide into the Ariat footwear without breaking a sweat.
These 10004889 Workhog boots utilize Ariat's ATS Max technology system. This system is comprised of cushioning, supportive, and moisture-wicking features. So what’s in this ATS Max technology system? Let’s take a look.
Nothing can put a damper on your day faster than a boot environment that’s hot, sweaty, or wet. Featuring a moisture-wicking footbed and Ariat Waterproof Pro Technology, your feet will be cool, dry and happy. The moisture-wicking footbed wicks sweaty moisture away that can buildup on the inside of your waterproof boots. Meanwhile, a waterproof membrane shields your feet from outside moisture, preventing wet discomfort. Between the waterproof membrane and moisture-transporting footbed, these pull-on boots will work hard to repel water, rain and any other nasty elements Mother Nature throws at your feet. And don’t forget full-grain leather is naturally water-resistant, so you’re definitely covered. In addition to helping keep your fee dry, the gel-cushioned footbed with a heel stabilizer delivers support, softness and stability.
Working on slick floors can be a potential hazard that can lead to serious injury. The slip-resisting footwear with Duratread outsoles provide maximum traction control on many surfaces. In addition, the outsoles on these composite toe boots are abrasion- and oil-resistant as well as ergonomically flexible. No rigid soles here. These soles move with you. The soles incorporate an EVA midsole to help absorb the shock of walking and standing on hard surfaces all day. Ariat's ATS Max platforms are made to keep your body well-aligned and stable. The platform for these western wellington boots provide maximum torsional stability for reduction of fatigue and proper body alignment.
In addition to providing excellent traction, these Ariat boots keep you safer with their ASTM F2413-05 M I/75 C/75 EH rated composite safety toes, that deliver lightweight protection when compared to steel toes. Falling and rolling objects will have a heck of a time getting past the composite toe cap. In addition to preventing impact injuries, the soles are electrical hazard rated. That means they’ll soak up dangerous electricity that would otherwise harm you. One last great feature is the round-shaped toe area that’s welcome change from your punishing pointed-toe boots.
Rise and shine! It’s a new work day. Stop grumbling and start your day right by pulling on your composite toe boots and heading off to work. Take a step in the right direction with a pair of the Ariat Men’s 10004889 Workhog Composite Toe Waterproof Pull-On Western Wellington Boots.
Manufactured Sizes: M 7-12, 13, 14 | W 7-12, 13
Detailed Product Specifications
Goodyear Welt/Stitch Down
Additional Product Features
- 90 Degree Heel
- Abrasion Resistant
- Slip Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- Electrical Hazard (EH)