Doc Martens Boots: Men’s Ironbridge R13400200 Brown Steel Toe Boots
What do you get when you cross your favorite pair of fuzzy slippers with a rough and rugged pair of work boots? Strange looks, that’s what. We don’t think fuzzy men’s boots would go over well on the job site. However if you take off the fuzz and replace it with the durable leather found on these Dr. Martens Men’s 13400200 Industrial Ironbridge Steel Toe Boots, you have the perfect combination of comfort, durability and protection!
These handsome brown work boots from Dr. Marten’s combine what you love in a comfortable pair of work shoes, with the performance and safety features that are essential on dangerous job sites. The uppers of this pair of shoes are crafted from supple, water-resistant leather for superior durability, as well as comfort, keeping your feet at ease all day. The mid-cut, lace-up design features padded tongues and collars for improved ankle comfort and support.The double-stitched seams are added for the additional rugged strength you require.
Inside these men’s boots, you’ll find Cosmo moisture-wicking lining that whisks away perspiration and wetness for a cool, dry feeling all day long. Smartmask insoles provide premium cushioned support to soften your steps and reduce pain and foot fatigue after those long days at work. With Dr. Martens’ signature Air Cushion rubber outsoles underfoot, you can count on remarkable traction and support.
The slip-resistant soles are stitched together with Goodyear Welt, making them replaceable and your steel toe boots last longer. In addition these soles provide you with oil-resistance and added traction on a variety of terrains. They also absorb shock for better support and comfort. The Dr. Marten’s boots are electrical hazard-resistant, which guards your feet against electrical shock. This sturdy footwear keeps you protected from impacts, falling objects and other potential hazards you may encounter.
Additional Product Features
- Abrasion Resistant
- Slip Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- Electrical Hazard (EH)