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Blundstone 500 Slip On Boot


Price: $101.00 - $175.98 & FREE Returns on some sizes and colors. Details
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Stout Brown
  • Leather
  • Manmade sole
  • Weather-proof leather 2.5mm thick
  • Shock protection system (SPS)
  • injection molded polyurethane outsole
  • Removable comfort footbed
  • Anatomical design, removable Cambrelle comfort footbed wicks moisture away, SPS (Shock Prevention System) reduces shock by 33%, upper is seamlessly fused to PU outsole, dual density outsole for softer walk

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Product Description

Blundstone's adult 500 slip-on boot is an everyday casual work shoe you'll get miles of wear in. Featuring 2.5-millimeter-thick weather-proof leather, a well-designed shock protection system that reduces shock by 33 percent, and a removable Cambrelle footbed that wicks moisture away, this work boot is designed as much for comfort as for dependability. It also includes an injection-molded dual density polyurethane outsole for a softer step. This high-quality ankle work boot also has flexible elastic panels and finger loops at the top of the shoe for easy slip-on and removal.

This is the classic Blundstone: lean, clean and straightforward. Shaped like the human foot for ultimate comfort from the very first step. How did Blundstone make them so light. They left off the bells and whistles. The best-selling boot is simplicity itself and goes with everything - jeans, skirts, pants and shorts. Weatherproof leather upper is fused seamlessly into a polyurethane sole. The patented Shock Protection System reduces foot strike shock by 33 percent.

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  • ASIN: B000Y04I2W
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 5 inches; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 500
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,144 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    Customer Reviews

    Very comfortable and light weight right out of the box.
    Zeus
    There may be a better Australian (no longer made in Australia) boot out there.
    S. S. McHugh
    I flipped over my shoes and the sole is crumbling into pieces.
    L. Hood

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    100 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Bryan on November 6, 2010
    I have always liked these boots and used them for years. My last pair finally wore out so it was time to order some new ones. Let me tell you it's unfortunate that Blundstone has decided to move their manufacturing operations to Thailand. From the time you open up the box there's a cheap feeling to the boot. The leather doesn't seem quite right, feels kind of dry. After a few days wearing them you figure out that they don't dye the leather anymore, they paint it on and it starts to chip off when you scuff it or bump it showing a gray leather color underneath. This has been a true disappointment.
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    54 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Sharon on November 12, 2009
    Hey,
    I bought a pair of Blundstone 500's last season and I went to put them on and the soles were literally crumbling. Clearly a defect in manufacturing. I went online and contacted Blundstone directly via email and they forwarded my issue to a U.S. rep. The US rep contacted me the next day and asked that I send them back which I did the same day. I am anxious to see how the situation is resolved. My first impression is that Blundstone and their reps take their customers seriously as well as any issues one may have with their product which is why I like to buy from a reputable company who stands by their brand. I'll keep you posted....so far....so good......I am pleased.

    Monday, November 16, 2009 Spoke with the Blundstone distributor from Libonati this morning after he emailed me again over the weekend and asked that I call him. He is sending me a pair of replacement boots of which I am extremely delighted. So far, customer service is outstanding, even far better than the store from which I purchased them. The whole experience speaks well of the company. Good Job!

    Friday, November 20, 2009....Just opened my front door and found my replacement boots from the Blundstone USA distributor....Tim Engel.....Can't say enough good stuff about the customer service and integrity of these companies. I will be back that is for sure.....Thanks for such a great experience, what a rare thing in this day and age.
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    27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By M. Baskette on November 18, 2012
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    I've been wearing Blundstones 500's for five years, on my third pair. The soles on mine did not crumble as many have mentioned but the soles get hard as nails, like walking on concrete. The sole is only half worn out when this occurs making the boot non wearable due to discomfort. It is a shame as this type of boot is great for doing so many things in life.

    I have just ordered a pair of Redbacks. Unlike Blundstones the Redback is made in Australia. It costs another thirty dollars. It darn will better be worth it.

    Attention! I got my Redbacks Barriers two weeks ago. The first time I put them on...Bam! comfortable. The quality is many times better than Blundstone. A wee bit heavier......but worth it. Made in Australia....the whole thing.

    ATTENTION !!! I have owned the Redbacks for eight months and I wear them everyday and hike the hills in SoCal. I don't think I can wear these darn things out. They are as comfortable as the first day I put them on.
    Trust me....spend the extra money. They are imported by a company in Escondido California. I have no affiliation with that company. I like them so much I am going to buy a pair for my 43 year old son.
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    34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By SIDDHARTA on June 30, 2012
    YES A VERY SAD LOWERING OF STANDARDS AT BLUNDSTONE. PLEASE REPAIR YOUR REPUTATION...AND MY BOOTS!!!
    ANOTHER WORLD CLASS PRODUCT DESTROYED BY CORPORATE SHORT SIGHTED GREED.
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    43 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Jackstax on October 18, 2011
    Blundstone 500s use Polyurethane (PU) soles, which are meant to be used. They grow brittle when not worn for a while, causing cracking, and humidity causes them to crumble. The only way to avoid this is to wear them often (once a week or so) and they'll last a long time. Otherwise, pay a $20-$30 more, and buy the 550s, which use a TPU sole and resist this problem much better. But you still have to wear them at least a couple of times a month. If you expect to keep them in your closet for months at a time, there is a good chance one day within a year you'll find the soles have turned to crumbly soft clay. If you wear them often, this problem probably won't affect you.

    10 years ago they used a different kind of rubber for their soles, tough as nails and no problem with cracking/crumbling. Someone in the company decided to save some money, I guess, and started using these cheaper soles - a bad decision, I reckon, but they haven't gone back.

    If you like this style of boot but don't want to gamble with this problem, consider a pair of Rossi boots - very similar look, more expensive, but no problem with deterioration of the soles.
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    31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By L. Hood on February 21, 2010
    Color Name: Stout BrownSize Name: 6.5 M AU
    These shoes are crumbling as I write this. I had not wore them for a year and put them on this year. They felt great but my teaching assistant notices chunks of rubber in our classroom. I flipped over my shoes and the sole is crumbling into pieces. Obviously a defect in manufacturing but the company will not stand behind these. Do not bother to buy these, you will be gravely disappointed!
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    37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Bergsteigerin on November 4, 2010
    Like many others here, my new pair of Blunies are useless because of the deteriorating soles. My local cobbler said he can't help as the rubber used by Blundstone is so soft--he can't resole these perfectly usable and expensive boots. What's going on???
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