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Men's Carolina 6 Inch Waterproof Engineer

$109.99
Brown
style CA3026
Color: Brown
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These 6 inch Carolina boots are worthy of being included in even the toughest man's gear arsenal.

With features like oil and slip resistance and protection from electrical hazards, these 6 inch Carolina boots are worthy of being included in even the toughest man's gear arsenal. The Scubaliner™ waterproof membrane technology allows you to work in wet or muddy locations with ease, and you won't find this technology in any boots that aren't made by Carolina. With such great pricing, buying this great pair of work boots is a valuable investment in your feet.

Details
  • Copper crazy horse leather upper
  • Waterproof Scubaliner and trade;
  • Removable EVA footbed
  • Electrical hazard rated
  • Steel shank
  • Cement construction
  • Oil and slip resisting rubber outsole
Electrical Hazard - Electrical Hazard footwear is designed to impede the flow of electricity through the shoe and to the ground, reducing the likelihood of electrocution, in accordance with ASTM F2413-11.
Oil Resisting - Oil-resistant footwear is specialized footwear designed to provide protection and traction in environments where there is a risk of exposure to oils, greases, and other slippery substances. This type of footwear is commonly used in industries like manufacturing, automotive, food processing, and other settings where workers may encounter oily or greasy surfaces that could lead to slips and falls.
Slip Resisting - Slip-resistant footwear, also known as non-slip footwear or anti-slip footwear, is specially designed to provide enhanced traction and stability on slippery surfaces, reducing the risk of slips and falls. This type of footwear is essential in industries and work environments where workers are exposed to wet, oily, greasy, or otherwise slippery floors, such as hospitality, healthcare, food service, and manufacturing.
Waterproof - Waterproof footwear is designed to prevent water from entering the interior of the shoe or boot, keeping the wearer's feet dry and comfortable in wet and damp conditions. This type of footwear is commonly worn in various work environments, outdoor activities, and recreational settings where exposure to rain, mud, puddles, and wet surfaces is likely.