Some jobs are harder than others. Some require a little more elbow grease, a little more toughness, a little more bravery. Some jobs are more hazardous than others. If your job is the type that needs a little extra foot protection, then these McRae Men’s Brown MR ... (see full details) (see specifications) #MCRMR86738.
McRae Boots: Men's Brown MR86738 EH Internal Met Guard Steel Toe Boots
Some jobs are harder than others. Some require a little more elbow grease, a little more toughness, a little more bravery. Some jobs are more hazardous than others. If your job is the type that needs a little extra foot protection, then these McRae Men’s Brown MR86738 EH Internal Met Guard Steel Toe Boots are the right ones for that job.
They offer a steel toe, but that’s not all. The metatarsal guard of these brown boots protects the rest of the top of your foot, keeping more than just your toes protected. And it’s all internal, which is very convenient and comfortable. Made with Cognac full grain leather, these 6” lace up EH boots feature a moisture-wicking lining, tempered steel shank, and a welt construction.
They have eyelets, D-rings, and hooks set on stainless steel washers. The internal flexible polyurethane metatarsal guard meets ASTM MT75 standards, and the Patriot flexible rubber outsole is oil-, slip-, and heat-resistant. These are comfortable McRae boots too. The polyurethane comfort orthotic is removable, and the EVA shock absorbing midsole makes each step a little easier. Plus, the weather-resistant storm welt will keep these safety toe boots durable and comfortable for years to come.
So when your job calls for a little extra, let these McRae Men’s Brown MR86738 EH Internal Met Guard Steel Toe Boots take care of you.
This style is also offered in sizes 6-7.5 and 14-17 in medium and wide width. Please contact customer service to check if these sizes are available.
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3 out of 5
These McRae steel toe boots are just ok. First they are not very comfortable by them selves, Easley fixed with cushion inserts. The soles have good traction. They are steel toe which I don't like, well at least not real steel toe. I think all boots should be made with composite steel toe, its much safer I think. Any ways the stitching seems ok, the leather uppers seem to be a better quality, not high end but not low end. The lases seem a little weak and I'd feel that they would break after a short time of use. I would spend a little more on a carhartt boot or even a timberland