- Full-grain waterproof leather
- 6” shaft
- Metatarsal Guard Series
- Work comfort technology
- Waterproof construction
- Moisture-wicking nylon lining
- Eyelets and hooks set on stainless steel washers
- Removable AirFlow polyurethane comfort insert
- Tempered steel shank
- Goodyear welt construction
- Oil, heat and slip-resistant rubber outsole
- Steel toe meets ASTM F2413-11 standards
- Electrical hazard rating meets ASTM F2413-11 standards
- LENZI flexible puncture-resistant sole plate
- Poron XRD flexible metatarsal guard meets ASTM MT75 standards
We've all stopped to admire a lawn mower now and then, and the slickest and baddest grass machines are usually made by John Deere®. But when you can't ride on that amazing mower, you're going to be on your feet...probably working hard. And these John Deere® Men’s 6” Waterproof Steel Toe Work Boots do everything except cut the grass. Put them on your feet because they're some of the slickest and baddest boots you're going to find. The waterproof membrane is a layered lining of moisture-wicking material that allows your foot to breathe, but keeps warm in and moisture out. Rated to meet or exceed EH standards, the soles of these oil, heat, and slip-resistant boots are ASTM F2413-05 approved to absorb dangerous electrical hazards. While the steel toes protect the tips of your feet, the puncture-resistant steel shank and metatarsal guards help to protect the rest. They guard the tops and sides of your feet from dangerous impact and compression. Airflow comfort inserts keep your stride cushioned from toe to heel. Ball shock absorbers and gel heels, built right in to the design of these John Deere® boots, absorb shock right where it's going to impact your steps the hardest. Aside from comfort and looks, just like a John Deere® Tractor these boots are made to last thanks to a Goodyear welt technique, making the outsoles durable and repairable/replaceable, increasing the lifespan of the boots. So stop and admire these John Deere® Men’s 6” Waterproof Steel Toe Work Boots all you want. But if you really want to do yourself a favor, you'll stop and put them on.
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For more than 160 years, John Deere has been an American icon and a familiar, trusted company with a reputation anchored in reliability, quality workmanship and value. It's only fitting that shoes and boots bearing the John Deere name are as hard working and as skillfully crafted as the farm implements their namesake made.
When customers choose John Deere Boots and Shoes, they know they're buying products they can count on. With styles for people working in agriculture, construction, lawn and turf care and overall demands of work, this is a premium brand for everyone who trusts John Deere for their vocation or recreation.