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- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately 6" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.25"
- Platform measures approximately 0.75"
- Ankle-cut work boot with steel toe with padded ankle and oil-resistant outsole
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The Second Shift by Cat Footwear. This classic work boot is Built For It. A staple on jobsites around the world, the Second Shift has a rugged full grain upper, slip resistant rubber outsoles and a durable welt construction.
These 89135 Caterpillar Men's Safety Boots provide a comfortable design and dependable function that meets the demands of the world today. Caterpillar footwear are manufactured with absorbing shock and returning energy to ensure satisfaction in a reputable brand proving to be one of the best footwear. Caterpillar showcases a quality product with flexibility and design ?Çô perfect for all types of industrial and service-oriented professions. 6" Black Full Grain Leather Nylon Mesh Lining Climasphere™ Sock Liner Rubber Midsole Goodyear Welt Construction T3 Slip Resistant Rubber Outsole Steel Toe Rated ASTM F2413-05 M/I/75/C/75 Electrical Hazard
This classically styled 2nd Shift boot from Caterpillar is a boot that was made to last. This hardworking boot has a full grain leather upper with a Goodyear welt construction, a Climasphere sockliner, and a slip-resistant rubber outsole for strong footing at all times.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001R4BY9E
- Item model number: 2nd Shift6steel
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 10, 2003
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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My original order came fast but didn’t fit as expected since I had mistakenly ordered the medium fit instead of wide fit because I have big, dumb feet. I ended up calling Amazon and had no trouble getting my money back and the order returned. I was credited the amount and used that to get the wide fit version and HOLY CRAP these boots are AMAZING. After walking around in them for a few min, they felt just the right amount of worn in and fit like a glove! The construction is definitely solid, you can tell just by looking at them. They’re water/oil slip and shock resistant and are easy on your feet. I can’t even feel the steel toe, which is just fantastic. The leather is hard and stands up to punishment. They don’t look ugly either, like a standard work boot I feel proud to wear.
My only warning is make sure you order a size to half a size smaller than what you would normally get. I say this because I tried them on in a store before ordering them online to get a feel for them. I didn’t buy them from the store because they didn’t have the color I needed for my job (black.) I usually wear a 10/10.5 but for these, the 9.5 were perfect. From what I see from other reviews, these bad boys last a year or more if you wear them on a daily basis. I guess we’ll see how long they last, as I can assure you I’d buy them again if they went that long. I’ll be coming back to Caterpillar.
I found these on Amazon and decided to get them because they are highly rated, are a reputable brand, and looked like what I needed.
I read that they run wide, so I bought the normal size. When I tried them on, the metal was definitely pinching against the side of my toe, so I returned them, because that's exactly what I was tying to avoid.
After returning them, I had a work assignment where I needed steel toe workboots, so I put on my old ones, and they actually felt much better than the Caterpillar ones.
Maybe buying one size up or a wider size would have been a better idea?