Wolverine 5680 Men's McKay Tan 8-Inch Internal MetGuard Steel Toe Work Boots have full grain leather uppers. They’re cut higher to give you serious support for your ankles. The internal Metatarsal Guard and steel toes are ASTM compliant. The MetGuard boots protec ... (see full details) (see specifications) #WLV5680.
Wolverine Boots: Men's McKay 5680 8 Inch MetGuard Steel Toe Boots
Wolverine 5680 Men's McKay Tan 8-Inch Internal MetGuard Steel Toe Work Boots have full grain leather uppers. They’re cut higher to give you serious support for your ankles. The internal Metatarsal Guard and steel toes are ASTM compliant. The MetGuard boots protects the tops of your foot from rolling or falling objects. To round out the protective features, they’re electrical hazard rated, too.
Inside the steel toe boots you’ll find waterproof CK mesh linings that keep your feet dry in wet areas. The removable full footbed is cushioned for comfort. Nylon shanks give lightweight support to your mid-foot. The classic Goodyear welt construction means that after years of use, you can easily have them repaired.
The steel toe boots feature ASTM F2413-11 M I/75 C/75 Mt /75 EH. With this rating they also protect from electrical hazard dangers.
The Wolverine Chevron rubber/PU outsoles used for these Wolverine boots are oil-, water-, abrasion-, chemical-, heat- and slip-resistant to help keep you safe in various work environments. The slip-resistant boots help secure your footing while the chemical and heat protected soles prevent the elements from permeating through to cause injury.
The Wolverine 5680 McKay Men's Tan 8-Inch Internal MetGuard Steel Toe Boots have blended rubber and PU outsoles. The aggressive tread pattern lets you get a good grip on the ground. They’re resistant to abrasion, chemicals, heat, slipping and oil.
Sizes Manufactured: Medium 7 - 12,13 | Extra Wide 5 - 12,13,14
I work in the midstream side of the gas field and these boots are comfortable to wear on 12 hour shifts. And seem to be holding up well. The only complaint I would have with them is. Even though they don't allow liquid to reach your feet the leather does absorb moisture instead of beading it off. Normally this wouldn't be a problem. But I work with a lot of chemicals and am afraid it may be detrimental to the life of the leather.