Wolverine Boots: Men's 10213 Steel Toe Griffin Waterproof DuraShocks Work Boots

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Wolverine Boots: Men's 10213 Brown 6 Inch Steel Toe Boot

Wolverine Boots: Men's 10213 Steel Toe Griffin Waterproof DuraShocks Work Boots

Every time you take a step, you're using energy. ~Wolverine 10213 Men's Brown 6 Inch Waterproof Heat-Resistant Steel Toe EH Durashocks Work Boots are designed to return that energy back to your feet when you step. That means you'll have more energy when the workday is finally over, and you can actually do more of what you want.

Waterproof brown leather was used to make the ankle-high design of these DuraShocks boots. The leather stays soft and flexible around your feet, even when it's wet and ugly outside. Full-grain leather used for these Wolverine boots is wear-resistant and weather-resistant by nature, standing up to whatever your workday is going to dish out. Because it’s also pliant, full-grain is easy and comfortable to wear, especially when you spend hours in your work boots.

Wave mesh lining was used on the inside of these Wolverine boots. The lightweight material literally surrounds your feet with air to keep your skin cooler. Mesh material releases heat and allows cooler air to flow in, preventing sweat and hot, uncomfortable skin. Dry skin is healthy skin.

Soft, contouring OrthoLite was used to make the 3D inserts used for the safety toe boots. The 3D stands for tri-density, meaning three different layers were used to cushion your steps. That’s three layers of contouring cushioning, three layers of softness. That means impact has to work extra hard to impact your feet and joints while inside these Wolverine Griffin boots. Shock-resistant polyurethane adds yet another layer of impact-absorption in the midsole layer. Lightweight polyurethane soaks up shock without weighing down your steps.

The polyurethane outsoles are held in place with direct attach construction. This tough, glued construction method is made for durability, another thing you'd want for your steel toe boots. The firm bond stands tough against weather and water, so you can keep standing tough in your work boots. Rubber compression pads, crafted with Wolverine DuraShocks technology, were added right to the soles. The pads convert stepping impact into energy to put a bounce in every step.

The outsoles also feature heat-resistant properties making them safe to wear up to 932 degrees Fahrenheit (500 degrees Celsius). The heat-resistant boots have been tested and meet NFPA 1971:2000, Clause 8.8. That means one more great feature has been added to these Wolverine boots to help keep you safe on the job site.

These steel toe boots are tested to meet ASTM F2413-11 M I/75 C/75 safety standards, help you resist impact and compression. They protect the vulnerable tips of your feet from dangers, hazards you might not see coming. Additionally, they are approved as Electrical Hazard footwear and are rated ASTM F2413-05 1/75 EH.

Wolverine 10213 Men's 6 Inch Brown Waterproof Steel Toe Heat-Resistant DuraShocks Boots give the energy you spend stepping back to your feet, so you can use it again. Every step you take in these Wolverine DuraShocks boots may be better than the last.

These boots are covered under the 30-day Comfort Guarantee, we will gladly accept your return of UNWORN merchandise within 30 days from the date of purchase.

Manufactured Sizes: M 7-12, 13, 14 | EW 7-12, 13

Detailed Product Specifications

Sole Construction
Direct Attach (Chemically Bonded)
Sole Material
Toe Type
Steel Safety Toe- ASTM F2413-05 M I/75 C/75
Tread Pattern
Hooks / Eyelets
Heat Resistant
Slip Resistant
Waterproof Construction
Electrical Hazard (EH)
Comfort Guarantee
Padded Collar

Additional Product Features

  • Heat Resistant
  • Slip Resistant
  • Electrical Hazard (EH)
  • Comfort Guarantee
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