Carhartt Men's 6 in. Waterproof Safety Toe Bal Work Boots
When there's a chance heavy or sharp objects could come near your toes, make sure you're wearing the Men's Carhartt 6 in. Waterproof Safety Toe Bal Work Boots. An oil-tanned leather upper and waterproof membrane will keep your feet dry, but it's the ASTM 2413-05, EH rated, composite safety toe and outsole, that will provide further injury protection. The EH designation identifies it as footwear with an outsole and heel made with electrical insulating properties, as well as shock resistance. The shock of walking and jumping will easily be handled by the Ortholite footbed and the EVA midsole. Supple support comes from the TPU heel counter and the achilles flex joint along the spine of the boot. When you want the extra protection of a composite toe, as well as electrical hazard safety, lace up the 6 in. Waterproof Safety Toe Bal Work Boots for men from Carhartt.
- Upper: Oil-tanned leather
- Waterproof membrane
- Padded collar
- Ortholite® comfort tongue
- Composite safety toe
- ASTM 2413-05, EH rated
- Midsole: EVA
- Footbed: Ortholite®
- Achilles flex joint
- Molded TPU heel counter
- Oil, chemical, slip resistant sole
- Outsole: Vibram® rubber
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Reviews - Carhartt Men's 6 in. Waterproof Safety Toe Bal Work Boots
Worst Boot Purchase Ever
Having worn Carhartt boots and workwear for 45 years, I ws excited when the hiker style waterproof safety toe boot was advertised. Carhartt, you blew it! The stitching in the first pair of boots came completely apart in the heel area after 6 months of moderate (2-3 days per week) wear. The store exchanged them without alot of fuss. The stitching in the second pair came apart after 3 months of moderate wear. While the boot looks great, is comforatble and does not require a great deal (2-3 weeks) of break-in, the quality is really disappointing. I am shopping for replacement boots as I type and Carhartt is way, way down on my list of possibilities at this point. Definitely lacks the quality worthy of the Carhartt name.