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Men's 8 Inch Waterproof Insulated Logger. From big wood to peeler poles, these boots give you the foundation you need for a hard day's work. They're waterproof and moderately insulated with 600 Grams of Thinsulate insulation to keep out the weather. They have tough steel shanks for extra stability. Their sure-grip rubber soles keep your feet planted where you put them. And they’re available with steel toes. Serious work boots.
- Copper Crazy Horse Leather Upper
- Waterproof SCUBALINER™
- Taibrelle Lined
- 600 Grams of Thinsulate™ Insulation
- Electrical Hazard Rated
- Triple-Rib Steel Shank
- Welt Construction
- Oil & Slip Resisting One Piece Rubber Lug Outsole
- Regular (D) Width Boot Weight: 6lbs per pair
- Steel Toe Version: CA5821
Slip Resisting - Soles designed and constructed with materials to meet the standard for slip resistance.
Insulated - Footwear that provides varying levels of protection against the cold depending on the amount of insulating fabric used.
Thinsulate Insulation™ - Insulation uses microfibers that trap dead air but do not absorb water, helping to keep feet warm even in damp conditions. Thinsulate™ is a trademark of 3M.
Waterproof SCUBALINER™ - Carolina’s Exclusive Proprietary Waterproof Lining System.
Electrical Hazard - Footwear tested by an independent lab that can withstand applications of 18,000 volts at 60hz for one minute without leakage.
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Review by: Fred , Henderson, NC, 12/15/2019
I felt this product's fit was: true to size
I felt this product's width was: wide
The boots I received were much darker than in the picture on the page. That was OK with me since I didn't like the lighter color much but figured I could live with it. I felt around and the insulation in the leg part is thick, but once past where the laces start if feels like there is none, just lining with leather behind it. I noticed in the pictures on the page the soles look like Vibram soles but say Carolina. I called and asked and was told they are Vibram soles. When I first wore them walking around my house and I walked on a vinyl flooring the soles squeaked like my old 1960's gym shoes on a basketball court. I compared the soles to two other pairs of boots I have with Vibram soles and these soles are a much softer compound than the tough last forever Vibram soles. I can press a fingernail into them. I grabbed two lugs of the sole with my thumb and forefinger and I could pull them towards each other. You cannot do either with a sole that says Vibram on them. Maybe Vibram makes th