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Craftsman Men's Steel Toe Rubber Work Boot - Black

Item# 067VA53699012P | Model# 84510 | Added on December 19, 2012 |
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Craftsman Men's Steel Toe Rubber Work Boot - Black
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Keep Your Mind on the Task at Hand Wearing These Waterproof Work BootsWater, snow and mud are no match for these men's insulated rubber safety boots from Craftsman. A nylon cuff is equipped with front laces enabling you to choose the perfect fit. Cold feet and legs are a thing of the past thanks to the thick, removable wool blend lining which not only warms your feet and legs, but offers an extra layer of cushion. With or without the wool-blend lining, you will still enjoy the waterproof benefits of the attached rubber lining.These waterproof work boots feature a durable rubber shaft that is flexible enough to comfortably move with you. Multidirectional lugs on the outsole are oil- and slip-resistant offering plenty of stability and support during a day's work on the farm, ranch or at home.
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By Czechdog
November 5th, 2013
Great boot; odd sizes

Since this boot doesn't come in half sizes, I rounded up my 10.5 to an 11. This size, even with a heavy sock on, was too big. I dropped to a 10 and found that it was still too large. The 8 was a bit snug for it being a steel toe and since I never know how long of a day/night I'll have at snow removal, I didn't want to get caught with too tight of footwear. I opted for the 9 and bought heavier socks. Overall, order 1 size or even 2 sizes smaller than what you normally wear. The warmth, dryness and steel toe protection in one boot was something I was hard pressed to find at a price like this, therefore, I didn't have a problem foregoing the half size.

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By Sears_Purchaser
July 12th, 2017
Not buy again

Used for less than 1 month and appears cracks on the top of shoe

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Donetta Alvarado
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They come with slip in and out padding for like snow.

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They run really big. I bought an 11 and they fell off him.

September 22nd
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Roy Berdine
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September 18th
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MEN'S STEEL TOE RUBBER WORK BOOTS

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RETURN DOES NOT FIT NEED SIZE 7 SMALLEST WAS 71/2

July 9th via sears.com
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Nicholas Drossos
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ONLY purchase in-store so you can try on!

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What a great amazing well made boot HOWEVER the sizing is beyond ridiculous. I wear a size 12 so I ordered an 11. Too HUGE! I returned and reordered a size 9. So size 9 was too tight around calf AND still too big on foot. I give up.

June 22nd
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Sears_Purchaser
have it

Great price great pair of boots

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Love these boots comfortable

May 13th
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