Carhartt Boots: Men's Brown Composite Toe Waterproof EH Hiking Shoes CMO3350
Tennis shoes and basketball shoes have the style that everyone wants, the low-cut comfort your feet deserve. The trouble is, they're made for indoor use -- and hard work just doesn't stay indoors. Carhartt CMO3350 Men's Brown Composite Toe Waterproof Hiking Shoes are made for rough terrain and outdoor weather, but they've got the stylish look your feet deserve.
The brown uppers, styled with black accents, are made with a combination of action leather and nylon. Action leather isn't named for nothing -- it's flexible and pliable, soft and stretchy through every step. Abrasion-resistant nylon is tough, but it also releases heat to keep your feet feeling less sweaty.
Padded collars and contouring OrthoLite comfort tongues add more softness where your feet need it, creating a comfortable fit. Speaking of soft OrthoLite, the insoles are made with the cushioning material to shift and adjust to your steps as needed. EVA foam midsoles in these Carhartt Shoes add another soft, airy layer.
The waterproof membranes block moisture, keeping you dry in the roughest weather situations. Cement sole construction further strengthens the weather-resistant bond. Tough cementing, a glued construction method, keeps the slip-resistant rubber soles in soles. These men's Carhartt hikers are also oil- and chemical-resistant, strong enough to resist corrosive workplace chemicals.
The soles on these hiking shoes are also rated for electrical hazard resistance. That means they'll absorb dangerous electricity and keep you safer when you're on the job. The composite toes are lightweight and non-metallic, but they're as strong as steel and ASTM 2413-05 rated for safety. Carhartt CMO3350 Men's Brown Composite Toe Waterproof Hiking Boots look great already, but they look even better when the weather's bad.
Sizes Available: M 8-12,13,14 I W 8-12,13,14,15
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Additional Product Features
- Chemical Resistant
- Slip Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- Electrical Hazard (EH)