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Dr. Martens Boots: Men's Brown R14404201 Met Guard Steel Toe Wellington Work Boots

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Dr. Marten Boots: Men's R14404201 Brown Steel Toe Internal Met Guard Wellington

Dr. Martens Boots: Men's Brown R14404201 Met Guard Steel Toe Wellington Work Boots

When you see these ~Dr. Martens Men's R14404201 Brown Steel Toe Internal Met Guard Water-Resistant EH Wellington Boots, you'll see soft leather and simple design. It's true that these things are here, but there's a lot of stuff you won't see. You won't see that these Doc Martens boots also protect your feet from dangerous impact and compression, not to mention lots of other bad stuff that might happen to you at work if you're not wearing met guard boots.

Water-resistant leather uppers surround your steps when you wear these dark brown boots. The lace-free leather is made without chinks that allow water to seep inside and get you wet. It's a fortress of softness, made with material that stays strong even as it flexes comfortably with your steps. The volcano leather used for the men's boots is a quality non-processed, full-grain material, so you get the best of leather's natural properties. It's been oiled, so it's easy for you to clean and maintain.

Padded ankle locking supports keep these steel toe boots fitting comfortably and softly around your feet. And while they do, they'll be feeling great under your feet as well. Dr. Martens classic air-cushioned soles used for the safety toe boots soften stepping shock to help your feet resist painful impact. Around your heel strike area, there are additional energy-absorbing qualities that minimize shock impacts.

Goodyear Welt technology (which means the soles are repairable) was used to attach the rugged soles to the leather. The Welt stitching, a common feature in Dr. Martens, was sewn after the uppers and soles were already heat-sealed together. It creates a super-durable construction that keeps the PVC soles in place. Polyvinyl chloride is tough, a plastic-like material that’s lightweight but impact-absorbent. An integrated wooden shank keeps the area around the middle of your feet rigid for more stable steps while in these brown boots.

The tread is slip-resistant, to keep you on track in spite of flooring hazards. Oil-resistance protects the soles from common corrosive chemicals. Tested for electrical hazard safety, the soles on these EH boots will help keep you protected. They absorb dangerous electricity, a good precaution if you’re working around open circuits.

And to protect you from the dangers that may come from up above, these slip-resistant boots guard you with the power of internal metatarsal guards. They protect the tops of your feet from impact and compression. Steel toe caps finish off the safety for the steel toe boots guarding the tender tips of your feet from falling hazards.

Dr. Martens Men's R14404201 Steel Toe Internal Met Guard EH Wellington Water-Resistant Boots have some features you can see, and some you can’t. Once you’re done looking, you’ll love wearing these Dr. Martens.

Manufactured UK Sizes: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

To convert, subtract one size for men and 2 sizes for women.

Example:

UK 7= Men's USA 8 | Women's USA 9

UK 8= Men's USA 9 | Women's USA 10

UK 9= Men's USA 10 | Women's USA 11

UK 10= Men's USA 11 | Women's USA 12

UK 11= Men's USA 12

Detailed Product Specifications

Color
Brown
Gender
Men's
Sole Construction
Goodyear Welt/Stitch Down
Sole Material
Polyurethane
Toe Type
Steel Safety Toe- ASTM F2413-05 M I/75 C/75
Tread Pattern
Aggressive
Uppers
Leather
Slip Resistant
Yes
Waterproof
Water Resistant
Electrical Hazard (EH)
Yes
Style
Pull On
Abrasion Resistant
Yes
Met Guard
Internal Met Guard With Steel Toe- Mt 75
Insulation
None
Oil Resistant
Yes
Padded Collar
Not Padded
Shank
Wood

Additional Product Features

  • Slip Resistant
  • Electrical Hazard (EH)
  • Abrasion Resistant
  • Oil Resistant
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