Have you ever counted your steps? Probably not, because you're too busy working hard and doing what you need to do. But if you did count, you would be amazed by the amount of times you pound your feet against the cold, hard ground every day. Put on these Iron Age I ... (see full details) (see specifications) #IRAIA5250.
Iron Age Boots: Men's Steel Toe IA5250 Waterproof EH Surveyor Hiking Boots
Have you ever counted your steps? Probably not, because you're too busy working hard and doing what you need to do. But if you did count, you would be amazed by the amount of times you pound your feet against the cold, hard ground every day. Put on these Iron Age IA5250 Men's Grey Surveyor Waterproof Steel Toe EH Hiking Boots, and every time you pound your feet they'll be cushioned, supported, and safe. That's what feet should be.
Light grey trim against a grey and black background adds depth and detail to the design of these Iron Age boots. The ankle-high design isn't just made to look good. It's also made to perform. A combination of leather and mesh keep steps safe and cool. Abrasion-resistant leather flexes and bends around your feet. Meanwhile, the durable mesh material releases heat from inside these hiking boots (because you don't want heat hanging around in there).
Inside these steel toe boots, waterproof membranes create a thin, protective layer around your feet. They'll block moisture to keep you dry wherever you go. Nylon mesh lining inside keeps the cool comfort going all the way through the design.
The moisture-blocking membranes and ventilating mesh will surround your steps when you wear these safety toe boots. Soft insoles are made to rest under your feet to make your steps more restful. The cushioned inserts are made with airy EVA foam in a lightweight, cushioning design. Sponge heel wedges are built into the insoles of these Surveyor boots to create shock-resistance right where you need it. The insoles can be removed any time for easy cleaning.
The outsoles of these EH boots give your steps not one but two layers of shock-resistances. It begins with EVA in the midsole layer, lightweight cushioning that pairs perfectly with the springy, shock-resistant rubber traction soles. The soles are resistant to corrosive chemicals and damaging abrasions. Because the outsoles of these waterproof boots are made for traction, they’re made to keep your steps steady.
Even electrical hazards don’t stand a chance around these Iron Age boots. The soles are EH-rated to soak up electrical hazards, and keep you safer. Steel toes, tested to meet ASTM F2413 standards, protect this vulnerable area of your feet from dangerous impact and compression.
These Iron Age IA5250 Men's Grey Surveyor Waterproof Steel Toe EH Hiking Boots keep all your steps feeling good. And even if you’ve never added them all up, you know that counts for a lot.
This is my 3rd time buying this particular boot. The fit is very comfortable even on concrete floors. The product is also very durable. Each pair has lasted well over a year for work purposes, and once I get a new pair, the old pair becomes yard work boots for another year. And the price for this 2 year boot is excellent. I will keep buying these as long as Iron Age makes them.