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Chippewa Men's 9" Waterproof Steel-Toe Super Logger Boot

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  • Leather
  • Synthetic sole
  • Goodyear leather welt construction
  • Chip- A- Tex waterproof bootie
  • Ruby Dri Lex 2000 lining
  • ATSM Electrical Hazard

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A Chippewa work boot for the man who needs it all - a steel toe boot, a waterproof leather boot, and an insulated boot - all with a rugged logger boot design. The Chippewa Super Logger boot features true waterproofing with a waterproof, but sweat-permeable membrane. This lace-up work boot has a 9" oiled leather shaft over a matching leather foot. Removable Texon 460 waterproof insole. Triple ribbed steel shank. Sturdy-footing Vibram Tacoma yellow plug logger sole. 2" logger heel. Goodyear leather welt. Speed hooks for easy lacing. Heavy-duty, stay-put waxed laces and tarnish-resistant hardware.

There's nothing getting through this hefty boot from Chippewa. The leather design is waterproof to keep you dry and protected, and its thickly treaded rubber outsole makes for superior traction and durability.

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  • ASIN: B001D1E18M
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 5 inches; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: 9" Waterproof Logger
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,403 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy Morelli on October 5, 2009
    Size: 10.5 D(M) USColor: Black
    I owned a pair of these for three years with no complaints. These things took a beating and never broke down, you can be working in the rain, mud, snow, sleet what ever and your, feet will stay dry and warm the ENTIRE day, it even keeps them relatively cool during the summer. The soles have great traction, even in the snow which is tough for most work boots as the snow gets packed into the treads and ices up. Don't get me wrong you have to kick them clean every now and then but compared to others their pretty stable in snow.

    There was one issue I had with the boot which was a plastic piece behind the heal, it had worn through the fabric. The piece dug into the back of my heal and made it pretty painful to wear, even with the heavy boot sock. I tried to repair it but every time it would only temporarily hold up. The plastic piece was in there pretty tight and I feared yanking it out and ruining the boot. I still have them and plan on someday taking them to be repaired.

    The boot is expensive, I used it in a very rough environment and got 3 solid years out it. I averaged about a pair a year before I bought the Logger. I wore Timberline, Herman Survivor's and Tom Mccain, (which was the most comfortable boot I ever wore), None of these could't hold up to the environment I worked for more than 10 to 12 months. Even with applying bee's wax once a month, all of these boots leaked within 2 to 3 hours working in wet conditions, my loggers NEVER leaked.

    If you have the money go with Chippewa, the costs averages itself out in the long run. If you don't beat on them and work in harsh environments the things will last forever. If you do work in rough environments you will definitely appreciate these boots right off the bat.

    You get what you pay for, and these are definitely worth their price.
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    36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A. bilella on December 30, 2009
    Have 3 pairs of these boots ( MADE IN USA ) purchased outside of amazon . The reason i have three pairs?? When you recive the boots they come with a card to have them rebuilt . Everything is rebuilt on the boot for 80 $( i think ). YOu have a broken in boot with new laces , uppers , iners , sole , laces . and they re water proof them .

    Theese boots have take a beating I work for the rail road we can be outside in all weather from - 10 to 105 i wear these year round. At work I use them for digging in balast ( wich sucks ) and snow removal i have had many boots while working for the railroad Ive hade redwings ( the heelpopped off in 2 weeks while shoveling balast ) timberland pro ( after 6 months the steel toe came through the inside and cut my toe and regula chippeawa ( wich held up pretty good considering made in china but after abouta year it lost its waterproof and laces broke )

    If you buy these boots and are comfortable with the high heel ( takes some getting used to but i feel it sraighten out my back) and the high sides ( i think they are 8" loggers ) you will not want another boot . Do not buy the made in china ones first allthough they held up pretty good they are no where near as comfortable. Buy MADE IN USA chippeawa original .
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    16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By tim on January 4, 2012
    im ordering and getting my 2and pair in 4 years of these boots.i have had redwing,timberlind,and wolverine.and none of them ever stood up to the chippewa 25405 boots.also let me tell you i put my boots thru hell,i mean hell 7 days a week 365 a year.i wear them every day and night.i wear them from work in a machine shop to the ocean, in my boat, to the river, beach, mountains, in name it. keeps them warm in the winter, cool in the summer.again the best dam boot you can buy...
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    21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Nick on July 23, 2013
    I've been wearing Chippewa boots for over 20 years, the Super Loggers for about 10 years and usually buy a new pair every two years, keeping the new ones new and the older ones around for the dirty jobs. Overall, they have proven to be long-lasting and just about the most comfortable footwear I own, even more comfortable than sneakers! In the past, I could just pick any pair in my size and be done with it. If I wrote this review a few months ago, it would have been, hands down, a 5 Star rating. However, I've recently been shopping locally for a new pair and I don't know what's happening at the Chippewa company but I've had an awful time trying to find a single pair that's made right. I've seen a few pairs in stores with loose lacing hooks or poorly stitched welts where the welt is nice and tight in some spots the way it should be but over 1//4" wide in other spots (You can see an example of this here with the boots Amazon has pictured on the site: check out the difference in the welt between the photo of the toe box on the brown boot, where the welt area--the stitching around the brown ridge where the leather is stitched to the sole--is nice and narrow, vs. the same photo of the black boot where the welt is much wider). I've seen a few pairs where the upper wasn't sewn to the sole correctly and the leather is puckered where it's stitched to the sole. I don't know how those boots, with such visible flaws, ever made it out of the factory. For the price Chippewa is asking for these boots, there's no excuse whatsoever for the kind of shoddy workmanship I'm seeing. I bought one pair but had to return them because the fabric under the tongue was bunched up into a knot that dug into the top of my foot.Read more ›
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