Ariat Mens Workhog Aged Bark Pullon Roper Toe Boot

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The Ariat Mens Workhog Pullon Boot is a do-it-all WorkHog with a cowboy soul. Ariat's ATS Max platform provides maximum stability for reduction of foot fatigue and proper body alignment. The sole pairs a lightweight, cushioning EVA midsole with Ariat's highly abrasion resistant oil and slip resisting Duratread outsole for the ultimate combination of comfort and durability. Ariat's unique, patent pending U-Turn Entry System, allows easy entry and a true fit regardless of foot shape. Available in non-metallic composite safety toes, ASTM F2413-05 M I/75 C/75 EH rated, delivering lighter weight protection than traditional steel toed boots. You can look great in a functional work boot with the Ariat Workhog Pullon Boot for men.

ATS MAX Technology - Durable Support for Tough Tasks and Long Hours: Ariat's ATS Max technology is equipped with additional elements to provide extra shock absorption and stability

  • Moisture-wicking footbed provides cool, dry comfort
  • Gel-cushioned footbed with heel stabilizer delivers support, rebound, and stability
  • EVA mid-sole absorbs shock
  • Extra-wide shank has forefoot and heel stabilizers for superior support and reduction of fatigue
  • Oil- and slip-resisting Duratread outsoles provide maximum wear resistance and ergonomic flexibility
  • Works with a variety of use-specific outsoles


Ariat Mens Workhog Pullon Boot Specifications:
  • Technology: ATS MAX
  • Toe Shape: Roper
  • Shaft Height: 11 inches
  • Heel Height: 1.25 inches 

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"Mack's Prairie Wings sent my order with super quickness and it's under the tree already." Dec 2014
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