Men's 6 Inch Domestic Broad Toe Internal MetGuard. Classic American style and performance. Features Vibram heat-resistant outsole, DRYZ Pillow Cushion footbed and leather upper that looks even better with time.
- Briar Pitstop Leather Upper
- Steel Safety Toe Cap
- Heavy Plastic-Dense Foam Lined Internal MetGuard
- Mesh Lining
- Pillow Cushion™ Insole
- Radiantex® Insole Board
- Kevlar® Welt Stitching
- Electrical Hazard Rated
- Steel Shank
- Welt Construction
- Vibram® Heat Resisting Outsole
- Made in USA from Fine Components Sourced Worldwide
USA Made - Footwear manufactured in our Martinsburg, PA facility.
Kevlar® Stitching - The strength of Kevlar® thread provides flame and heat resistance.
Vibram® - The Vibram® brand is recognized for its high performance soling products used in rugged, outdoor and service footwear. VIBRAM® and the Yellow Octagonal Label are registered trademarks of Vibram® S.p.A. of Italy. Quabaug Corporation, North Brookfield, MA, is the North American manufacturer of Vibram® soling products under exclusive license.
Steel Toe - Footwear that meets or exceeds the ASTM Standards for compression and impact testing rating of I-75/C-75.
Electrical Hazard - Footwear tested by an independent lab that can withstand applications of 18,000 volts at 60hz for one minute without leakage
Pillow Cushion - A layer of memory foam that wraps the foot in comfort. Combined with existing insole systems, it offers the ultimate in cushioned comfort.
Review by: Rick , Tennessee, 8/22/2018
I felt this product's fit was: a half size larger
I felt this product's width was: wide
The 508's are way better. These you must wear knee socks or you will feel pain. Quite roomy for a size 10. Look nice but you can tell the design and engineering has deflated. Not worth it for the price. Stick to the 508's
Review by: Bryan, Naperville, IL, 11/15/2017
I felt this product's fit was: true to size
I felt this product's width was: true to width
I rebuild machinery for a living. Most of the time I am on concrete floors. I have worn Redwings for well over 25 years so this is where I am coming from. I usually get 2-2-1/2 years out of a pair (not trashed/just well worn/lacking comfort). Unfortunately I have not been happy with my last 2 pairs of Redwings comfort wise over the long run. My current pair aren't falling apart, but replacing insoles every 3-4 months hasn't helped them be more comfortable. After a lot of research I ran across the CA509. First off it is a very good looking boot. No!!!....Let me re-phrase this it is the best looking work boot I have owned. It fits true to size and is more comfortable than any of my past Redwings. Plus they are quiet on sealed floors. (Redwings squeaked). The fit and finish is top notch! The stitching is really amazing! 3-4 rows of Kevlar stitching!!!! If these wear well and stay comfortable they will be my new favorites........and I shopped hard to find another American made shoe to comp