Dr. Martens Men's R10294220 Brown Icon Industrial Steel Toe Water-Resistant EH Wellington Boots are made with a simple look. They don't have buckles, they don't have bells, heck they don't even have laces. That's because these work boots have a whole lot more stuff ... (see full details) (see specifications) #DRMR10294220.
Dr. Martens Boots: Men's R10294220 Industrial Steel Toe EH Wellington Work Boots
Dr. Martens Men's R10294220 Brown Icon Industrial Steel Toe Water-Resistant EH Wellington Boots are made with a simple look. They don't have buckles, they don't have bells, heck they don't even have laces. That's because these work boots have a whole lot more stuff that really matters. They don't need the extra stuff to make you want to wear them.
These lace-free brown pull-on boots are made with brown Greenland full-grain leather. It's unique leather with a waxy texture.The milled leather has a natural two-tone look to it, due to variations in the grain. This creates a handsome distressed look for the Dr. Martens boots, but that's just for show. This strong leather is very hard to distress. It's flexible, but tough, bending around your feet without breaking. That's true durability.
The uppers on these steel toe boots are also water-resistant to keep you dryer even in wet conditions. And as long as you're dry, you might as well be comfortable. Your feet will rest on the air-cushioned sole units. Dr. Martens boots are known for the airy sole unit that literally puts a pocket of air underneath your steps.
PVC, polyvinyl chloride, was used to construct the SAF soles on these waterproof boots. The lightweight, plastic-type material is impact-absorbent and durable. It’s also firmly heat-sealed in place, then joined to the uppers with Welt stitching. The stitched method creates a firm, durable foundation for your steps, perfect for a nice pair of men's boots. Wooden shanks integrated into the soles give you midfoot stability for more rigid and safer stepping.
Speaking of safer stepping, the soles create a quality pair of slip-resistant boots. You’ll get a safer grip even on icy ground and wet floors. Oil-resistance protects the tread from corrosive chemicals, while abrasion-resistance prevents damaging wear and tear. Made to absorb impact in the heel strike area, the soles on these oil-resistant boots are designed to keep your steps bouncy.
What else can those tough soles do? We’re so glad you asked: they resist electrical hazards. What more could you ask for in a pair of safety toe boots? The EH rating means the soles absorb dangerous electricity, keeping you safer when you work around open circuits and other hazards. These industrial steel toe boots even have safety toe caps that absorb harmful compression and impact.
Dr. Martens Men's R10294220 Steel Toe Water-Resistant Wellington EH Boots don’t have a lot of embellishments that you can see, because these tan boots have all the important extras you can feel.
UK Sizes: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
To convert, subtract one size for men and 2 sizes for women.
UK 7= Men's USA 8 | Women's USA 9
UK 8= Men's USA 9 | Women's USA 10
UK 9= Men's USA 10 | Women's USA 11
UK 10= Men's USA 11 | Women's USA 12
UK 11= Men's USA 12
I personally don't wear boot but my son works in a welding shop and one of the guys he works with told him to try these and he bought his first pair and fell in LOVE with them he said they hold up longer then any other pair of boots he has owned, he said they are very comfortable, and fit nice and he wears a size 14 to 15 depending of the boot so to find these in his size is a big plus! Plus he loves the pull on and off part of it no laces!!!
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5 out of 5
AirWair for work!...
These work boots from Dr. Marten have not disappointed. I have been wearing these boots for the past six months, five days a week and look forward to every day! If you have worn Doc's in the past than you understand what they are about. These boots are like walking on air. The leather is very soft and arrived feeling broken in already. I ordered a half size smaller than I normally wear. All my Doc's in the past have seemed to stretch out a little so I purposely ordered a little small, and they have stretched some to a perfect fit. The soles are a little soft, like all Martens, so they are starting to wear some on the heel. I walk a lot for work on concrete plant floors, outdoors in the woods, rocks, gravel, blacktop, you name it. If you have loved a pair of Doc's in the past, these will not disappoint. If you have never owned a pair, I would highly recommend these.
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5 out of 5
I like how easy these boots are to put on in the morning. I like not having to purchase laces. They break in in less than a week. I have been wearing mine for about 6 months straight now. So far so good. They are almost too nice to wear to work but still nice enough to wear to church. Construction boots in church, who knew