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CAT Footwear Men's Endure Waterproof Steel Toe Work Boots




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CAT Footwear Men's Endure Waterproof Steel Toe Work Boots

The Caterpillar Endure Waterproof Steel Toe Workboot for Men footwear features iTechnology Super Duty. The Toughest Boot on the Jobsite.

  • Material: full grain leather upper
  • Proprietary iTechnology™ construction for superior durability and comfort
  • Slip resistant
  • Ortholite Anti-microbial Insole
  • waterproof leather upper to protect your feel from the elements
  • ASTM 2413-05 I/75 C/75 Steel Toe
  • ASTM 2413-05 I/75 EH Electrical hazard

Buy the CAT Footwear Endure Waterproof Steel Toe Work Boots for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.

5 Star Rating

Reviews - CAT Footwear Men's Endure Waterproof Steel Toe Work Boots

5 Stars - 2010-07-13

Nice boots
It may be early to add this review because I am only 2 weeks into these. But wearing these boots with proper hiking sock pairs has proven to be quite excellent. I even wore them in Vegas in July and stayed comfortable, cool and safe. The strangest thing is that I actually find these more comfortable than my hiking and running shoes. They were tough at first but broke "enough" in pretty quickly with probably still more to go. BTW: These are very tough shoes and will not pass the security metal detectors as I learned from a visit to the Hover Dam.

5 Stars - 2010-01-11

Excellent purchase
They are amazing boots

4 Stars lefty313 - 2010-11-21

not bad...
I thought I would have to return these things after the first day cuz they hurt my feet. since they're waterproof the tongue is attached to the upper part of the boot, so theres a fold on both sides that was pressing into the top of my foot, and after 8 hrs on my feet working, it hurt to walk. but now they're fine. I've had them about three weeks now and I wear them every day. Got them muddy today and just sprayed them off with a pressure washer and my feet stayed dry. Bottom line, if they hurt your feet like they did mine, just give them a week to break-in. they're really nice boots.


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