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Men's 6'' Hauler Waterproof Composite Toe Composite Plate Work Boots

Men's 6'' Hauler Waterproof Composite Toe Composite Plate Work Boots is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 35.
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Description

Thinsulate insulation and foam insoles make these waterproof workboots warm and comfortable. Breathable nylon mesh linings keep your feet from overheating. These comp-toed safety boots also feature deep cleated rubber outsoles that resist abrasion and deliver reliable traction. The Caterpillar logo on the collar means that these boots are quality built for top performance.

Style: P717627

Features

  • WATERPROOF FULL-GRAIN LEATHER UPPER


  • THINSULATE 200 GR INSULATION


  • BREATHEABLE NYLON MESH LINING


  • REMOVABLE NYLEX AND PU FOAM INSOLE


  • SLIP-RESISTANT AND ABRASION-RESISTANT DEEP CLEATED RUBBER OUTSOLE


  • LACE-UP STYLE


  • SAFETY FIRST


    CSA Grade 1 composite toe, composite plate, ESR - Electric Shock Resistant
  • SUGGESTED END USE


    Construction, trades, builders, equipment operators
Rated 4 out of 5 by from COMFIEST boot ever tried, makes very SWEATY FEET ALERT: Comprehensive review (only 2 weeks use) Use: construction site (building in progress), mix of finished concrete floors, loose dirt, rocks, sand, uneven ground, snow, ice, water, mud, etc. Short version: very comfy work boot, makes your feet sweat like crazy and the inside of the boot soaked (if your feet are even a little hot sometimes, don't get this boot), safety label cuts your socks, they are waterproof (from what I tested, only used for about 2 weeks), easy slip off and on, laces might come loose, pretty thick tread, but the tread pattern is not so good, quality materials (from what I can tell, short test period). Entire inside of the boot is made from mesh material, when rocks get inside (and they will), they just get stuck in the mesh and you can't get them out. Bought Feb 23 and returned March 9. When shopping for some waterproof work boots, I've realized that I'm pretty picky with my boots. They need to be comfy, look good, have quality materials (thick tread, good outside materials, etc), and have a shoe hook at the end for easy slip on and off. BTW, once you buy a boot from mark's wear them around the house (not outside or to work) and test them out for comfort (not covered by the warranty) because if you return them used outside or at work, you can't return them even though it is within the 100 day policy. Using them in your house is fine since it is not technically being used "at work". 1. CON: The reason I returned it was because on the right boot (i believe), there is a CSA approved label that is sewn into the mesh on the inside of the boot near the heel part. This label is not like stuck onto it and the edges are poking out a little. After wearing them for about a week, they were eating my new moisture wicking socks I got from marks on the sides where it was touching the label. 2. PROS: First, the overall design of this product is superb, it has a boot hook for easy slip on and it is pretty easy to slip it off as well. The insole of this boot is probably the best insole out of the 30 work boots I've tested in store (I literally spend 1 hour trying on every single boot). The default insole is so comfy, I've actually wondered if they sell them, it is almost like memory foam, but not as squishy. The timberland pros anti-fatigue insole can't even compare to the comfort of the CAT insole. The back heel part of the boot is also comfy, not like all the dakotas I've tried, they have no padding on the heel, making it extremely uncomfortable. The exterior leather is pretty tough as well as the extra rubber on the composite tip seems pretty durable, I accidentally hit it pretty hard off a corner of a masonry brick, nothing happened. The tread on the bottom of the boot is also pretty thick, much thicker than the Timberland's endurance pro's (but tread pattern for CAT......meh). It has good traction on snow (80% good), dirt, and sand, ice is ice, so you can't do much there, but it's fine as long as you aren't running track with these on, on top of ice. The laces are also pretty tough, unlike the stuff you find on the timberland pro's (seems like they use cheaper laces). As far as waterproofing, I didn't go into a river and submerge the entire boot in an inch of water, but I did walk fast through a puddle about an inch deep, splashing water all over the boot and it was fine (did it about 10 times a day, there was a thaw, so water was everywhere). Only once did it actually get inside the boot and that is because it went to where the laces start, so it just seeped through. I also like the fact they included little ridges at the bottom of the boot where you put your boot on ladders. Adds an extra layer of security when I climb ladders. 3. CON: The other disadvantage to this boot is the fact that it is waterproof. This may sound like a good thing, but the problem is if it's waterproof, it is hard to "air" your feet inside the boot. I've tried getting moisture wicking socks as well as using foot deodorant and foot spray powders. NO amount of powder or socks will not prevent your feet from sweating in this boot. If I wear this boot for 1 hour, the moisture starts to develop, after 2 hours it gets a little wet, then at the end of the day, if I don't take them off and dry them from time to time, my feet and the inside of the boot are VERY WET. The moisture tends to be the most near the tip, where the composite plate is. If you wear these for 2 hours max, then put them on another 2 hours later, you wouldn't realize what is happening, but if you wear boots all day long, this boot sucks.I got these to be waterproof, but instead the boot still technically makes my feet wet. If the label defect thing didn't come up, I would've had to suffer the entire time I owned these boots. 4. CON: the tread pattern at the bottom of the boot are just horizontal lines, so it feels weird when you are stepping on a bunch of rocks (like me). You could probably easily roll your ankle this way, it does better in sand or dirt conditions, even ice (kind of) and snow. However, in loose rocks or uneven surfaces, it becomes easy to lose your balance. 5.CON: I've been reading some reviews saying that the laces come loose. I've actually never had this problem, they only have the hook on the top part of the boot for the laces, but it is a little indented so the laces are actually hooked into it and not relying on the laces to hook onto it with force. I have boots that you need to really tie them tight or they come off the hook, but these are fine, never had a problem with the laces coming loose, but I can see how it is a problem. 6. CON: the entire inside of the boot is made from mesh material and when I'm just regularly walking around I get little rocks inside my boot and they are permanently inside because they are all trapped in the mesh. You can't get them out, so this would be a problem if you want to keep these boots are long, they would probably cut the mesh over time. Seems like there are a lot of cons, but really it is a great boot other than the 2 major issues, the label cutting your sock, and the trapped heat making your feet sweat like crazy. They were the comfiest boot probably ever in the shop and have quality exterior materials. Remember to try these on and wear them for an entire day at home to see how it is!
Date published: 2019-03-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The Worst boots ever After 8 months totally fell apart and I am not working in extreme conditions. Comparable to Walmart 70$ boots which last same amount of time. Save yourself money and buy yourself redwings.
Date published: 2019-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best boot yet. I have had these for about 3 years wearing them about 26 days a month on average for 12-16 hours. -40 to +32, ice, oil... And they have held up quite well. The fact they are leather 6 inch with real insulation in them and a non metal toe is rare. Better then my red wings, bluntstones, dunlops, countless pairs of Dakota's (the quality sucks on these boots now). The selling feature was wearing them, so much more comfortable than anything else and I try other boots with aftermarket insoles yet these were still the best. They are a little warm in the summer, and don't have the world's best grip but alot better than any Dakota. Great all around real work boot for Canadians. If your going to run a winter and a summer pair then do that but these did me all year round I even hiked in Jasper with them one weekend! I slip them on so the heals started to fall apart, some shoe goo helped patch that issue. Today I pulled the loop and the stitching ripped. They are still warm and still waterproof (I clean and mink oil my boots before winter and after spring) Most other boots I've had eventually leak but these are just falling apart because I like to slip them on. Pretty standard got an extra season out of them compared to most boots.
Date published: 2019-02-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor I bought these in December and am realizing i made a mistake.Anything below -5 and don't plan on spending more than 20-30 minutes outside and at those temps the soles freeze and no traction. These were the most expensive boot I ever bought and the least amount of satisfaction. Do not buy
Date published: 2019-02-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst work boots I've ever bought Bought these boots at the beginning of winter and my feet get so hot that after a day on the job my socks are partially soaked with sweat. Can't imagine what they will be like come summer. Already my big toe has rubbed a hole in the liner covering the composite toe so should wear a hole in my socks non-stop. They have come out with some kind of lace retainer on the upper four islets. I can see what they were trying to do but they done work at all. Maddening trying to get them done up all the way due to this feature. Today took a tool and ground them down to try and fix this issue. These boots are suck
Date published: 2019-01-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Comfortable but not waterproof. Won’t buy again Snapped in 2 months. Really comfortable but not waterproof
Date published: 2018-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Une valeur sure! C'est ma 5e paire de ce modèle et je les rachèterai tant qu'elles seront disponibles! Confortable dès la 1ère utilisation, cette botte chausse mes pieds presque tous les jours (été comme hiver, au travail ou dans d'autres activités extérieures). Le seul point négatif est l'usure prématuré de l'intérieur de la botte au niveau de l'arrière du talon. C'est toujours la raison pourquoi je dois changer, mais je fais facilement 1 an et demi avec une paire.
Date published: 2018-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Comfortable and warm These are my second pair love them they are comfortable and I work where they're exposed to lots of water and always stay dry I hope they never discontinue these I will buy them again for sure.
Date published: 2018-08-10
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