Fishermen wear tall, thick hip waders to keep themselves dry. But when you might actually need to move around at a decent rate of speed, that kind of protection just won't do. Allow the Working Person's Store to recommend Carolina Men's CA3524 Brown 8 Inch Steel To ... (see full details) (see specifications) #CRLCA3524.
Carolina Boots: Men's CA3524 Steel Toe Brown EH Waterproof Work Boots
Fishermen wear tall, thick hip waders to keep themselves dry. But when you might actually need to move around at a decent rate of speed, that kind of protection just won't do. Allow the Working Person's Store to recommend Carolina Men's CA3524 Brown 8 Inch Steel Toe EH Boots.
These tall beauties are made with copper brown, crazy horse leather uppers. Call it whatever you like, as long as you always call leather flexible. It resists water and wear naturally, but these Carolina boots also give you the protection of waterproof SCUBALINER technology. The waterproof membranes keep moisture away from your feet, and you can still move normally.
Lightweight, airy EVA foam makes the footbeds softly supportive with every step. The removable footbeds can be cleaned easily to prevent odor. While the comfortable footbeds give you softness, the steel shanks provide you with strength. They lift and support your arches, because feet need more than just cushioning.
Durable cement construction firmly holds the shock-resistant rubber outsoles in place. The slip-resistant soles provide traction, even on wet floors. These men's boots are resistant to electrical hazards, and they've been tested by an independent lab to withstand up to 14,000 volts of electricity. Steel safety toe caps within the brown boots give you ASTM-rated protection from impact and compression.
Carolina Men's CA3524 Brown 8 Inch Steel Toe Boots keep you dry, mobile, and ready to work.
These boots were not as comfortable as I hoped they would be....
This pair of boots were not comfortable, they felt as if the interior seems lapped together and weren't properly finished creating areas that rubbed and dug into my feet. I wore them for approximately a total of 8 hours, and noticed one of the eyelets was pulling out of the leather. They also had an odd not so leather smell.