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DieHard Men's 6" Steel-Toe Work Boot - Gray/Black

Item# 067VA75296412P | Model# 84378 | Added on June 5, 2014 |
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DieHard Men's 6" Steel-Toe Work Boot - Gray/Black
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Take on All Your Toughest Challenges with the Men’s DieHard Gray/Black 6" Steel-Toe Work Boot When you mean business, call on these Men’s DieHard Work Boots. Durable gray and black uppers and a waterproof build let you get the job done right. With a steel toe protection, you can have confidence tackling the tough jobs. When you’re on the go and in the zone, you need moisture-wicking and breathable technology to keep you comfortable. A cushioned footbed makes it easy to stay on your feet all day as you stay both comfortable and dry. And don’t forget about the lugged rubber outsole as it gives you a solid, slip-resistant grip on the ground, making every day a productive one.
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By ksq
October 11th, 2014

I bought these boots for my husband. He loves them. Very comfortable for his long 12 hour work days.

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By Sears_Purchaser
February 6th, 2017
I would never buy this product again.

The shoes were torn apart very fast. They did not satisfy my needs.

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The boots look better in the picture than they really are. size does not run as other boots. Very unhappy

April 25th via
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This boot is perfect!


In my retirement,I have been rehabbing an old ranch. I have gone through at least 15 pairs of boots in the last 6 years, and these are the best. I need something that will be comfortable crawling underneath a house, climbing a tree, walking several miles a day, or going on a hike in the hills next to the property. Steel toes are needed because a lot of time is spent with a chain saw. These boots do it all while feeling like a tennis shoe. They breath well, and are durable. I pronate inward and have had to throw some other shoes & boots away after a few weeks. These boots last 6 months without any special arch support, and about a year if I put in special arch supports to counter act the inward pronation. You can't beat them at this price point. The only neg is the grey color is rather boring, adding a little color would be nice. Unfortunately, the local SEARS closed last year so I need to order online now. The online site is not showing these in 1/2 sizes, and the nice lady on chat said they are currently not making these in 1/2 sizes but may start again if there is demand. I will check again in a few weeks, but if they still do not have them then i will have to start looking for another favorite boot.

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Susan Pretasky
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December 29th

Very comfortable


I bought these for work in a garage. I normally wear steel toe boots but my feet have been hurting so I tried these. First, they are very comfortable. So I am able to wear them all day with less pain. I started wearing them daily in May of 2017 in a garage where the floor never really gets cleaned so they see abuse. They also keep my feet dry. Cosmetically they started to tear on the outside after about a year but were still water resistant. I decided to retire them after 18 months because the right boot was wearing my sock out daily. The soles are still intact and not totally worn. I probably could have used them for a few more months but decided to buy a new pair.

November 27th via mobile
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