When your feet are wet and uncomfortable and feeling bad, you're thinking about them. And when you're thinking about your feet, your concentration isn't on your job. If you have a dangerous job, that could become a really big problem. So we have a solution: wear th ... (see full details) (see specifications) #CHFCML8230.
Carhartt Boots: Men's CML8230 Steel Toe Waterproof EH Logger Boots
When your feet are wet and uncomfortable and feeling bad, you're thinking about them. And when you're thinking about your feet, your concentration isn't on your job. If you have a dangerous job, that could become a really big problem. So we have a solution: wear these Carhartt CML8230 Men's Redwood Brown 8-Inch Waterproof EH Steel Toe Logger Boots. They'll keep your feet out of danger, so you can keep your mind on the job.
Oil-tanned leather creates the tall, handsome style of these Carhartt boots. The redwood brown leather is soft and flexible around the feet. Best of all, it's resilient. Oil-tanned leather is even more moisture-repellent and easy to clean than traditional leather. Use the logger laces of these steel toe boots to adjust the fit all along the 8-inch length.
Inside, waterproof membranes totally surround your feet. The membranes block water so your skin stays dry and comfortable inside. But feet need more than dryness to be really comfortable, right? That's why these EH boots soften your stride with polyurethane Strobel pads and polyurethane cushion insoles. Polyurethane is lighter in weight than rubber, but it absorbs more force.
While the polyurethane absorbs stepping shock, the heel stabilizers keep your stride steady. Molded TPU, thermoplastic urethane, is lightweight like plastic, but durable and bouncy like rubber. Achilles flex joints keep your feet moving and rebounding with ease.
Goodyear Welt construction keeps the Carhartt rubber WoodWorks outsoles secured to the leather uppers of these waterproof boots. Through the Goodyear welt construction, a thin strip of leather or fabric is placed between the soles and uppers. It’s stitched together into a firm bond with waxed thread that resists moisture when you wear these safety toe boots. It allows you to replace your soles if needed. The bouncy, shock-resistant soles are oil- and chemical-resistant, and tough against common chemicals. Slip-resistance keeps your stride steady.
The soles of these Carhartt boots are EH-rated to protect you from dangerous electricity. They’ll absorb electrical energy so your feet don’t. Speaking of absorbing danger, the steel toe caps are tested to meet ASTM 2413-11 standards of impact- and compression-resistance.
Carhartt CML8230 Men's Redwood Brown 8-Inch Waterproof EH Steel Toe Logger Boots have a great look, a customizable fit, and all the safety features your feet need to stay protected when you’re on the job.
These boots are durable, affordable, and professional. They are big boots with lots of tread on the sole. The waterproofing is what anyone expects from the Carhartt brand name.
They are heavy boots, though, good for heavy work where your feet are not in danger of being crushed. A person could wear them hiking, but you are looking at an extra three pounds on each leg. They will develop your leg muscles. They also have plenty of padding and quilting on the inside which should keep your feet warm.
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