- Chippewa Men's Engineer Steel Toe Motorcycle Boots
- Item # 050918
$285.95 Online Price
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Chippewa Boots? is credited with developing the Engineer Boot in the 1930's. Chippewa Boots?, one of the original manufacturers of motorcycle boots in the U.S.A., is recognized as the very best thanks to its tough, durable high quality materials and craftsmanship.
- Handcrafted in the USA
- 17" Shaft height
- Black oil leather uppers
- Leather lined vamp (foot area)
- Texon insole
- Vibram nitrile yellow plug outsole
- ANSI 75 approved steel toe
Chippewa Men's Engineer Steel Toe Motorcycle Boots is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by cowboy from great boot This is the second pair of these boots I have owned. Got my first pair in high school and they lasted nearly 20 years. Great for riding and a classic look.
Date published: 2015-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by Scott from Good Boot But... Have bought and worn this boot for many years. Bought a pair last year and found they had cheaped out on the instep strap. It's narrower than it needs to be to fit the associated buckle and made of very thin leather (flimsy!) Most people never use it but if you do you will appreciate what I am saying. Other than that this is a very good boot.
Date published: 2011-09-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cadillac Frank from Rugged as the land they walk Well let me start off by saying you will not find a nicer pair of engineers out there. These boots are awesome, picked up this pair early last year and I'll tell you what I've shined them twice and they still gloss after a hard day at the drag strip. I'd definitely recommend these boots to anyone looking for a pair of rugged steel toes that are real comfortable and keep your toes outa the line of fire, and trust me the steel toes have saved my feet a decent number of times at the shop. They tend to run a half size big as all steel toe boots do but it's definitely not a bad thing, the last thing you want is your toes crammed against steel. My only complaint is that either my boots didn't come with an insole or the ones in the boots are extemely undetectable, if you're going to buy these boots get em half a size smaller than your regular size and invest in some good insoles because if your on your feet as much as I am your going to need em. Width wise however they fit like a glove. Over all great boots, great fit and I'll never stop wearing my chippewas. Rugged as the land they walk indeed.
Date published: 2011-11-20