McRae Men's 11" Composite Toe Work Boots

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Electrical Hazard Rated
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McRae Men's 11" Composite Toe Work Boots

  • Full-grain leather
  • 11” shaft
  • Pull-on
  • Moisture-wicking nylon lining
  • Removable polyurethane orthotic
  • EVA Shock absorbing midsole
  • Heel strike shock absorber
  • Steel shank
  • Flexible oil, slip and acid-resistant rubber outsole
  • Composite toe meets ASTM F2413-11 standards
  • Electrical hazard rating meets ASTM F2413-11 standards

You're going to tear up your work boots eventually, that's a given. So these McRae Men’s Composite Toe Pull-on Work Boots are already made with a distressed look. No laces get in the way of the tall, dark brown design of these pull-ons. Made with oiled-leather, these boots are resistant to wind and water and are more flexible. Shock-absorbing, force-resistant polyurethane is right under your steps when you wear these composite toe boots. This material is lighter than rubber, but it's even more resistant to impact. Made an Orthotic design, the soft footbeds adjust to the curves of your feet to give you the cushioning you need. Beneath this, your feet will be supported by the strength of steel. The shanks follow the natural curves of your feet to keep muscles lifted and supported, preventing pain and strain. The shock-resistant rubber is made to be flexible and they're resistant to acid and oil, and ready to stand tough in any workplace. To keep you safe, the soles are also tested and designed to meet ASTM F2413-11 standards of electrical hazard resistance. The composite toes are rated to meet ASTM F2513-11 standard of resistance to impact and compression. Non-metallic composite material is lighter than steel, and unlike steel doesn't conduct electricity or temperature. These McRae Men’s Composite Toe Pull-on Work Boots look distressed, but they will definitely take the stress off of your steps while on the job.

Style(s): MR85314

Toe Type: Composite
Outsole: Rubber
Lifestyle: Work
Lining: Nylon
Upper Material: Leather
Insole: Orthotic
Shaft: 11"
Material: Leather
Technology Features: Acid Resistant, Composite Toe, Electrical Hazard Rated, Oil Resistant, Slip Resistant
Color: Brown
Closure: Pull-On
Print In 1959, Branson J. McRae founded McRae Industries which started off making footwear for children. He started using the process 82 construction which drew notice from the Unites States Government. McRae Footwear was approached to convert his 82 construction equipment to accommodate the new vulcanized construction that the Government had requested. The combat boots consisted of a direct molded sole and vulcanized construction which McRae began to make in 1967 for the soldiers in the Vietnam War. These McRae combat boots were known as the Olive Drab Jungle boots. This was when McRae Boots emerged ad one of the leaders in manufacturing military footwear even to this day.

Ever since McRae's humble beginning s in 1967, MeRae Boots have been consistently constructing military footwear for the US Government. The strongest and most sophisticated fighting force in the world has been wearing McRae combat boots every year since 1967. McRae continues to be known for their unprecedented craftsmanship and their commitment to providing the armed forces with a superior products that can surpass all performance standards. When lives are on the line, no piece of equipment is as important as a great pair of combat boots.

The folks at McRae Boots believe that these durable and high performance boots don't have to be limited to the armed forces. McRae now offers their superior products to the commercial marketplace for other purposes. These boots carry the same level of performances, durability and quality that the US Military demands. The people at McRae Footwear believe in doing one thing and doing it right. They stand by their products and they manufacture the highest quality and most durable military boots available on the market today. They proudly do so 100% in the United States.