Wolverine Boots: Women's Steel Toe Lacer Boots 4403
Ladies get ready to lace up these rugged lace-to-toe work boots and adjust it to the perfect fit, because that exactly what they're made for! Wolverine puts their customers in quality footwear that looks great, and fits even better.
Starting with the full grain leather used to make the uppers of this classic Wolverine women's work boot, the first thing you'll come to appreciate after the great styling and fit is the resistance to abrasion and high level of water resistance. Bottom line: this boot is design for for long wearing comfort, no matter what you put them through.
You're on your feet all day and this sturdy, quality boot will support each step of the way. With a nylon shank you get arch support that maintains torsional stability. The polyurethane Opanka construction of the soles is durably stitched to make it flexible and long lasting. These durable, lightweight soles are oil and slip resistant. Every move you make you have the Wolverine 4403 there to support you!
This Wolverine work boot design also has two important safety features. The first protects you against heavy objects that fall or roll on or around your feet. And that is the industrial strength ANSI Z41 PT99 I/75 C/75 steel toe rating.
The second is the electrical hazard rating. This design facet provides you protection against open circuits up to 600 volts in dry conditions. Everyone encounters electricity everyday and this safety feature is one untold numbes of people have been spared the profound ill effects of severe electrical shocks.
This Women's Wolverine 4403 steel toe work boot is a quality product suitable for women in a variety of professions and work environments. We recommend them whole heartedly!
Sizes: Medium 5-10,11 | Wide 5-10
You'll also find these features available in an oxford as the Wolverine 4401.
Detailed Product Specifications
Opanka (Uppers Stitched To Outsoles)
Additional Product Features
- Removable Footbed
- Abrasion Resistant
- Slip Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- Electrical Hazard (EH)