Chippewa 72127 Men's Leather Logger Boots are built with a solid design with the toughest materials. They stand tall with 8-inch shafts, and they've got special linings and coatings to guard against moisture. Now that you know all that, you might be surprised to di ... (see full details) (see specifications) #CHP72127.
Chippewa Boots: Insulated Waterproof Steel Toe Work Boots 72127
Chippewa 72127 Men's Leather Logger Boots are built with a solid design with the toughest materials. They stand tall with 8-inch shafts, and they've got special linings and coatings to guard against moisture. Now that you know all that, you might be surprised to discover that these boots are also flexible and soft.
Reddish-brown Briar leather was used to create the logger uppers. The oiled leather is water-repellent for added durability, and naturally flexible to move with every stride. Inside, Chip-A-Tex booties create a thin, waterproofing seal. Even the Dri-Lex lining has moisture-resistant properties, gently wicking wetness from the skin to keep feet more sweat-free. Heavy duty, waxed Sta-Tied laces and non-tarnishable nickel hardware finishes off the durable exterior.
The Flexwelt insoles inside each shoes are removable, so you may clean them any time. Beneath the insoles, 4 iron rubber midsoles were added to create another shock-absorbent layer. The boots are cooling for sweat-free comfort, but sometimes feet are already cool enough. On chilly days, you'll be protected with 400 gram weight Thinsulate Ultra insulation. Lightweight and thin, Thinsulate is capable of reflecting your natural body heat to keep you warm.
Goodyear welt stitching joins the Vibram Amber Alpha plug yellow plug insoles to the leather. The flexible, repairable stitching travels all the way around the base of each boot, creating a firm bond all the way around. The oil-resistant tread won't wear away in the presence of corrosive chemicals, and the slip-resistance keeps steps steady.
Chippewa 72127 Men's Leather Logger Boots are finished with one inch heels to provide a little lift, making it easy for your feet to find grip on slender ladder rungs. The toughest materials also have a little bit of give and flex, because it takes more effort to bend than break.