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Caterpillar Men's Reznor Oxford
- Rubber sole
- Nylon mesh lining
- Removable EVA sock liner
- Rubber outsole
- Strobel construction
- Slip resistance rubber outsole
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Caterpillar Reznor Oxfords. Trailblazing style and comfort for the modern - day adventurer! Urban explorer intelligence, street smart attitude, and "yellow iron" CAT durability come together, with comfortable and stylish results. Made from pull-up leather / suede or 100% pull-up leather (depending on color); High-traction molded rubber outsole; Strobel construction makes for a light and flexible fit and feel; Moisture-wicking nylon mesh lining; Removable EVA insole and molded EVA midsole offer comfort and support. Each approx. 20 ozs. State Color, Size and Width. Order yours today! Men's Caterpillar Reznor Oxfords
As the world's foremost manufacturer of heavy equipment, Cat earthmovers are known around the world as a symbol of honest work, strength and integrity. Cat Footwear makes boots and shoes based on these same principals. The brand has evolved from work boots into a range of industrial and casual footwear built with the sole purpose of staying true to their original goal--creating genuine, hard-working boots and shoes.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B007H3TM1Q
- Item model number: Reznor-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 21, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
The style is a perfect fit to be worn as a work shoe or a casual shoe as you see appropriate. The size is accurate and the construction seemed sturdy at first.
However, after wearing it for three months of what I'd call average use, the single-stitch threading on the side tore through the thin layer of rubber that connected the leather to the sole, (the leather body does not connect to the sole itself). In one shoe I have a hole that I can stick a couple fingers through while the other is slightly behind in degradation.
This doesn't seem to be dumb luck so much as an egregious design flaw. It is the natural bending of the toes that started the rubber to tear on each seam.
I wish they would fix this flaw and re-issue the shoe as I was ready to give it a five star review prior to the shoe failing.
On a positive note, Catfootwear.com issued a return and replaced the shoe with a slightly more expensive boot model at no additional cost. I give much credit to them for standing behind their brand.