Rockport Shoes: Men's Composite Toe Vibram Oxford Shoes RK6600
You've got a meeting with the big bosses on Monday. You're going to be hiking in the woods Friday to set up your tree blind. And on Saturday, the wife wants to go out. Get your Rockport RK6600 Men's Fury Brown Composite Toe Work Oxfords, because you can wear this pair for all those events...and more.
Dark brown leather, with black accents and laces, creates a neutral look that's neither too fancy nor too plain. Soft, supple leather was used to make up the stylish upper portion of each oxford, a design that's businesseslike and athletic at the same time.
Breathable, durable nylon was used in the tough inner lining. This moisture-wicking material is made to pull sweat away from your skin. Airy EVA foam was compression-molded into the midsoles, a lightweight, cushioned layer that adds more support to each foot.
A dynamic suspension system insole was placed in each boot, a design meant to distribute weight and support muscles. The Vibram rubber outsoles are shock-absorbing and slip-resistant, helping you grip surfaces for safety. The soles are also treated for oil-resistance to resist corrosion from every day chemicals.
The 100% non-metallic Composite Toes are ASTM-approved even if they aren't made from steel, giving you just as much protection. You really can go anywhere when your shoes are this safe. EH (electrical hazard) safety even helps you stand strong against dangerous open circuits, protecting you against harmful shock.
Professional, casual, comfortable and tough - and that's to name just a few of the adjectives that might describe these shoes. Better keep your Rockport RK6600 Men's Fury Brown Composite Toe Work Oxfords by the front door, because you've got a lot of places you might want to go.
Sizes Manufactured: Medium 7 - 12,13,14 | Wide 8 - 12,13,14
Detailed Product Specifications
Additional Product Features
- Toe Bumper
- Removable Footbed
- Abrasion Resistant
- Chemical Resistant
- Heat Resistant
- Slip Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- Electrical Hazard (EH)