Every pair of Hathorn Explorer Boots H7806 Hathorn Explorer Plain Toe 10 Inch Loggers is carefully made, hand-lasted and bottomed at the Hathorn factory to give you a quality product. Already hooked? Not so fast - that's only the beginning of the features you'll fi ... (see full details) (see specifications) #WHBH7806.
Hathorn Explorer Boots: Men's FR 10 Inch Logger Work Boots H7806
Every pair of Hathorn Explorer Boots H7806 Hathorn Explorer Plain Toe 10 Inch Loggers is carefully made, hand-lasted and bottomed at the Hathorn factory to give you a quality product. Already hooked? Not so fast - that's only the beginning of the features you'll find when you wear these boots.
A lightweight Robus heel base supports each foot, a perfect foundation for the 9 Iron Vibram rubber soles. The 9 iron design creates a contouring, supportive base for the tough, slip-resistant Vibram tread. Oil-resistant protection keeps the tread intact in spite of common corrosive chemicals.
Machined leather welt construction joins the tall, black leather of the boots to the strong base provided by the soles. Leather welting is actually stitching, a durable construction method that gives your feet full flexibility. The glossy black leather is nine inches high for true logger style, a glossy and durable material that's easy to clean but tough to wear away.
Step inside these boots to find the 9 iron leather insoles, designed to naturally meet and cushion the curves of your feet. Leather shanks add even more support for arches, defeating muscle strain and fatigue. Hathorn Explorer Boots H7806 Hathorn Explorer Plain Toe 10 Inch Loggers meet or exceed NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) 1977 standards for on-the-job safety. That means you get flame-resistance as well. To be honest, these Hathorn Explorer Boots already had us at hand-lasted. . .how about you?
Sizes Manufactured: D 7 - 12, 13, 14 | EE 7 - 12, 13, 14
White’s boots are a special order product. Therefore unfortunately, we are unable to accept as a return. Also, please note since the boots are custom made they take 6-8 weeks for delivery.
3 out of 3 people found this product review helpful.
4 out of 5
Too early to tell, but........
I just got these boots so I can't give you a review based on a lot of mileage. However this is my second pair of the same boots. The first pair gave me good service so I am trying another as the old ones were nearing the end of their serviceable life after many years of working in the forest and the fireline. The boots are well made but I still think the toe leather is a little soft as it was in the last pair but I'll be dead before they wear out so it doesn't really matter.
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3 out of 7 people found this product review helpful.
3 out of 5
give these a miss...
There are plenty of other boots in this price that are just, well more comfortable. I have a pair of these and they look all pretty sitting covered in dust. Think they engineered the toe for Japanese people. Look more like some wanky dress shoe at the front. And its a shame as there more $$ boots are so much better.
I even gave these to a mate and they came back. When it comes to boots you get what you pay for but these are like the Kia of boots disguised as a Jeep.
Only reason I kept them was the first weekend I wore them they got so trashed from brush cutting. Leather scratched like a cheap watch.
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1 out of 1 people found this product review helpful.
4 out of 5
Not bad for the money, well made overall but some of the leather was not durable...
I have been wearing a pair of these for quite a few years now for woods work and fireline use. When I first got them I soaked them in water, put them on and filled them with water and wore them till they were dry. Mine were comfortable comfortable ever since. But I wear two socks on each foot because I like a tight fit and the Directions for measuring my foot that Hathorn supplied me with resulted in a boot slightly larger than I preferred. I have been happy with the boots but the leather on the toe and the front part has started to show its age by developing fine cracks in the leather and I can tell that eventually this will be what kills these boots. I am hoping that the leather will be more durable on the Smoke Jumper Hathorn boots that I am going to buy next