LaCrosse Extreme Tought 600G 8 Inch Brown Boot - Plain Toe

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This LaCrosse Mens Extreme Tough 600G Brown Boot with plain toe is so extreme it literally has diamonds embedded in the outsole. LaCrosse leveraged a unique traction technology which was originally developed for snow tires. Along with advanced traction, this boot has Helcor leather, which is more like steel and is tested against 25 chemicals like oil and gas and sulfuric acid. And it's waterproof and insulated. This boot is ideal for anyone working outdoors. But with its high grip rubber compound, it maintains traction in industrial indoors too.

Dry-Core is a highly engineered, waterproof barrier that lines the entire boot for 100% protection that allows moisture to escape without letting water in, keeping you dry and comfortable all day long. The 600 grams of Thinsulate Ultra Insulation offers lightweight warmth for those needing protection in cold climates. Full grain leather combined with 360 degree Helcor offers extreme abrasion resistance and is resistant to barnyard chemicals oil and gas Welt construction offers proven long term durability combined with increased underfoot stability due to a wider platform. Green Diamond outsole is a specially formulated compound of rubber with industrial grade green diamonds. The diamonds go 5mm deep so as you wear through the outsole, new diamond flakes are constantly being exposed.

LaCrosse Mens Extreme Tough? 600G Brown Boot Features:

  • Dry-Core is waterproof protection
  • Lightweight warmth
  • Full grain leather
  • Helcor for extreme abrasion resistance
  • Green Diamond outsole
  • Steel shank

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"Very impressed by the quick delivery of the order." Nov 2014