Dr. Martens Men’s Winch 7-eye Lace-up Steel-toe Black Boot, 7 M UK / 8 D(M) US

October 25, 2018 - Comment
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(as of October 25, 2018 07:37 UTC - Details)

7-Eye Safety Toe Boot. Industrial Oiled Black Wyoming leather. Padded collar and tongue. Heavy duty metal eyelets. Breathable mesh lining. Removable EVA insole. Heel loop. Air-cushioned heavy duty PVC sole. The sole is cemented to the upper. Approx. 1¼” platform height. Approx. 1¾” heel height. Approx. 14″ boot circumference. Approx. 5½” boot shaft height. Meets ASTM F2413-11 M I/75 C/75 EH standards.

Product Features

  • 7-Eye Safety Toe Boot
  • Industrial Oiled Wyoming leather
  • Padded collar and tongue
  • Heavy duty metal eyelets
  • Air-cushioned heavy duty PVC sole

Comments

Anonymous says:

Good boot at a good price. I read a lot of reviews saying how light they were. IMO they are not that light. If you have a construction job where your on your feet all day a little heavy. Fit is good. No pains on the feet. Seem durable enough. These are at best 1 years boots when used and abused in the construction field. They are warm and insulated and seem to keep water and mud out. They are comfortable just don’t seem like you’ll get 2 years outta them but for the price can’t beat it.

Anonymous says:

Great Shoes! I work in a production scene shop at a film school, and I kept dropping tools and lumber on my feet, so I thought it was time I finally bought my first pair of steel-toed boots. I was worried about getting ugly honking shoes that were uncomfortable to walk around in on campus, but these offer both the protection of safety shoes and the stylishness of a classic Doc Martens boot, while also being comfy to wear all day. I even use them for my second job, which requires slip-resistant shoes as part…

Anonymous says:

Most comfortable work boots I’ve owned. For the past 8 years I have steered clear of work boots and I’ve worn hiking boots to my construction job. Being a little short on money and unable to cough up the 170$ for a new pair of high quality hikers I decided to look into work boots. As soon as I tried these on I knew they were going to be good. They felt broken in from the moment I laced them up. They may be heavier than my asolo boots, but not by much if any. Certainly not noticeable , and definitely don’t feel “clunky” like…

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