Double-H Boots: Men's USA-Made 10-Inch Packer Boots 9625
Our Double-H 9625 Men's 10-Inch Brown AG7 ICE Packer Work Boots are one of the great All-American boots. What are packer boots? They’re the kind of boots early Americans wore when they were going to be walking, working or riding horses. The medium-height boots are made with thick leather to protect you from abrasions, not to mention rattlesnake bites. That’s why they’re made with worn saddle leather, because it’s tough.
The removable DRYZ insole system absorbs moisture from your feet and converts it into a dry gel inside the insole, so it stays dry to the touch. The lace-up boots are great because you can keep them snugly laced whether you’re wearing summer socks or heavy winter socks.
The 935 toe is a middle-of-the-road toe. It’s not so pointy that your toes look like a pyramid after you take off your boots. At the other end of the spectrum, it’s roomy enough to fit well, but not so big that you feel like you’re wearing clown shoes. The AG7 ICE outsoles partly translucent which looks great, but they’re oil- and abrasion-resistant so they work hard, too.
The heel on our Double-H 9625 Men's10-Inch Brown AG7 ICE Packer Work Boots is 1 5/8 inches. Ask anyone who lived in the Wild West during the 1800s and they’ll tell you it’s the perfect height for traction. The 3/4 Opanka construction means it’s all hand-sewn. The upper, the sole and the sock lining are attached all at once with double-needle stitching. It creates the flexibility you need while you’re working. Even with the added flexibility, you still get stability and shock-resistance. They’re made in the USA. Where else would you make an All-American Work Boot?
Sizes Manufactured: D 7-12,13,14 | EE 7-12,13
Detailed Product Specifications
Opanka (Uppers Stitched To Outsoles)
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