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DieHard Men's 6" Soft Toe Work Boot - Brown

Item# 067VA13298601P | Model# 06784315000 | Added on September 17, 2015 | Seller: Sears.com
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Up ladders, across concrete floors, under scaffolding and all around, when you move, you need a solid grip like that of the men's DieHard soft toe work boot. Made with a balanced tread and flexible rubber sole, these boots adapt to multiple surfaces, so whether you are hauling bags of concrete through gravel, or stacks of shingles up ladders, these boots will react to any surface, making every step sure and safe. And when you're working long hours, these boots deliver comfort like few others can. Not only built with a soft toe for superior comfort and lighter weight, but featuring a cemented welt and tight-lacing upper, they will stay just as snug as you like. But the big advantage to these boots lies inside. Included with each boot comes one of the most technologically advanced insoles around: the XRD Poron Insole. Great for all kinds of action, these insoles are soft and supple when at rest; but when impact hits them, they firm-up, removing sting and joint shock instantly. A solid addition when you are hitting the jobsite, hiking trail or even the urban landscape, these boots are rugged, well-built and help make every step you take a little softer.

  • Lace-up closure
  • Padded collar
  • Soft toe
  • Cushioned XRD Poron insole
  • Shaft height: 6 in.
  • Leather upper
  • Rubber outsole
  • Oil and slip resistant
  • Care: Wipe clean
  • Imported
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Praise
By Sears_Purchaser
March 21st, 2017
Great Boot! Great value!

Second pair of these I've purchased. More comfortable and last longer than brands costing twice as much.

6 found this review helpful
Criticism
By Serrano6
December 29th, 2016
Pain in the foot

My husband needed work boots since his red wings finally gave in after 7 years. We don't have hundreds of dollars to spend on boots at the moment so we decided to buy these. The first day my husband used them (he's a cell phone tower Forman) the inside soles started curling up and made his feet hurt. So he decided to take his boots off and fix the soles, well the glue the manufacturer used was so sticky that the soles stood wrinkled up like that. When he came home his feet hurt him so bad! I tried to pull the soles and straighten them out again, but had no luck. We took back the boots to sears and they gave us trouble to exchange them. After 30 minutes of going back and forth sears finally agreed to exchange them, but for the same boots! We will never buy boots from Sears again!

3 found this review helpful
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BrianW1951

Very fine pair of work boots

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Been using these for the last 3 years and like them very much. Good shoes for the ladder and offer moderate protection for stuff landing on your toes. Pretty comfortable.

April 20th via sears.com
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Naveen Rajagopal
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February 1st
d3xbabi33

fyi

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you dont get your moneys worth

January 6th via sears.com
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ezedcarolina1

Walk

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Comfort and style, great combo

December 30th via sears.com
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kathreyes

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I paid $70 dollars for these boots for my husband. I'm very unsatisfied with this product. He's only used them for about a week or so and they faded from the tip. would not recommend this product to expensive and not worth it. I might as well have bought some 40 dollar ones and would of lasted longer.

August 25th via sears.com
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