Men's Dakota Steel Toe Composite Plate Waterproof Work Boots


Men's Dakota Steel Toe Composite Plate Waterproof Work Boots

Description / What it’s For

These Dakota rugged leather boots are built to last with waterproof leather uppers and TPU abrasion-resistant toes and heels. To keep your feet dry, they have an HYPER-DRI® HD3 waterproof membrane and Dri-Tech linings that breathe while wicking moisture away from the skin. QUAD COMFORT® provides cushioning and shock absorption and EVA insoles are removable if you need to wear custom orthotics. Thick TARANTULA ANTI-SLIP™ rubber outsoles provide safe traction on slick and uneven surfaces. These tough boots are recommended for warehouse, distribution, light manufacturing, trades areas and drivers.

Style: 5ANCDK5-2120

Features / How it works



    100% Waterproof/Breathable protection


    A minimum of 4 components provide superior comfort



    Engineered to help prevent slips and falls

    CSA Grade 1 steel toe; ARMOUR-FLEX® non-metallic puncture resistant safety plates; Electric shock resistant


    Warehouse areas, distribution work, light manufacturing, drivers, trades
Men's Dakota Steel Toe Composite Plate Waterproof Work Boots is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good overall I've bought these boots twice. Worked well for ten months. Unfortunately the price for these waterproof steel toes keeps going up every year.
Date published: 2018-08-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 5 years of use - Good, not perfect. Don't quote me on the 5 years, it's been around that long. I buy around 1 pair/year, but I have had them fail earlier than normal. I'm a gardener, wearing these sun, rain and snow, Feb to Dec. New pair usually in fall, carries me into spring where I start to see the waterproofing fail, then it doesn't matter for summer (I save the old pair for summer use). I'd say they endure around 3-4 months of rain and wet grass before they fail. Grip is good but it is stiff so it can fail on certain surfaces. They are waterproof, up to a point (like ALL "waterproof" items), and once they fail I hit that point quickly walking in wet grass for 8 hours. Nothing breathable can withstand that much water so I'm not surprised they soak, but they are solidly waterproof for around 3 months of hard use, then begin to allow water to seep into the sides and insole/bed. Boot dryers clear it up for me. I find them more comfortable than any other boot I've tried, which is actually why I still use them. They are comfy for me right out of the box and stay that way. However, this is highly subjective, our feet and needs differ. I'm literally walking for around 6-7 hours every day, constantly, so comfort is the highest need. Overall these are good boots. They are too expensive for what they provide, but I have yet to find a comfortable waterproof boot that matches them, which doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Drop the price by $50 and you'll have a better product.
Date published: 2018-04-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Warm and dry You get what you pay for: They seem expensive; they do their job. A good boot.
Date published: 2018-03-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a great boot This boot is comfortable but it should be pointed out that it is NOT made for snow or ice. The sole is extremely hard almost like plastic, not rubber. Therefore they are literally impossible to stand up on, or walk on snow or ice!! Considering how expensive they are I would've liked to where them more than five months of the year but it's not possible...
Date published: 2018-02-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Garbage I have had 2 pair of these over the past year, the 1st pair only lasted 2 weeks (the sole was falling off completely) so I took them back on the Marks Warranty and got an identical pair as they are pretty comfortable, the 2nd pair have lasted longer but have been steadily coming apart where the rubber and leather parts join, I glued them up with shoe goop and have gotten another couple months now but they are coming apart even more. for being a waterproof boot my feet get wet all the time even tho I spray them with the boot spray every month, as soon as I step in any moisture the soles make a squishing sound, I work outdoors 80% of the time and this is one of the most expensive pairs I have bought and they have only lasted 1/2 as long as others, guess its time to try something even more expensive or go back to wal-mart boots.
Date published: 2018-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Boot, Good Price Bought a pair over a year ago. Still getting the job done. I drive long haul and the boots are subject to diesel spills and lots of extreme weather. Over 12 months of use so far. I replace my boots every year regardless of condition. I've tried all the major brands, Dakota is my choice over all. Not 5 stars due to being heavy and a bit to tall for my taste but over all, if I can't find another boot I like, I'll get another pair of these.
Date published: 2017-10-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor Stitching Comfy but the toe cap seams were coming apart after less than 20 days of work on both boots.
Date published: 2017-09-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a good product I bought a pair last June, they last a year but was not comfortable at all. By the end of the day my feet were in pain. Since we have alwaince for new pair of shoes once in a year I had to stick with it for the whole year. I don't recommend this product.
Date published: 2017-07-24
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