Lacrosse Boots: Men's Brown Insulated Safety Toe Non-Metallic Boots 460032
We're not trying to say you're demanding, but trust us, we hear your requests for the best toughness and comfort you can buy. We hear them loud and clear, and that's why we've got Lacrosse 460032 Men's Non- Metallic Adamas 8" Safety Toe Brown Work Boots for you. After all, a hard worker like yourself deserves the best.
For durability, these non-metallic safety toe boots have got a lot going for them. They're wrapped in thick, full-grain leather and feature diamond-patterned protective rubber panels on the toe and heel. Adamas boots will last and last, thanks to those great features. These men's LaCrosse boots were made with your safety also in mind. With 600 grams of Thinsulate Insulation, your feet will be protected from the weather in mildly cold climates. The outsole features Quad Impact technology, giving you oil and slip resistance combine with athletic performance. An additional Quad Impact technology in Adamas boots is four layers of cushioning and shock absorption. Nylon shanks work to keep your arches supported, too.
For your safety and your comfort, the non-metallic safety toe will not weight you down while you work hard, but it still meets or exceeds ASTM F2413-05 M I/75 C/75 EH standards. Supreme support, cushioning, and comfort is provided by the removable PU footbed. The hyper-dri lining also works to keep your feet dry and comfortable. It's waterproof and scent free, and it blocks water from the outside while also absorbing moisture from the inside.
Clearly, these boots will do a great job at keeping you safe and comfortable, and they'll be doing that job for a good while thanks to their durability. You deserve the best, and that's why you need Lacrosse 460032 Men's Non-Metallic Adamas 8" Safety Toe Brown Work Boots.
Sizes Available: M 7-12, 13, 14, 15 I W 7-12, 13, 14
Detailed Product Specifications
Thinsulate- 600 Grams
Additional Product Features
- Toe Bumper
- Removable Footbed
- 90 Degree Heel
- Slip Resistant
- Electrical Hazard (EH)