- 100% Leather
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 12" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5"
- Platform measures approximately 0.75"
- Boot opening measures approximately 15" around
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From the manufacturer
Irish Setter UltraDry construction combines a moisture management lining with waterproof components for dry, long-lasting comfort and performance.
Electrical Hazard protective sole and heel construction of this footwear is designed to reduce hazards due to contact of the outsole with electrically energized parts, to provide a secondary source of protection.
Marshall boots by Irish Setter feature RPM technology which is a breakthrough composite material that significantly reduces the weight of the boot, providing extreme comfort and added endurance. Engineered to provide the durability and strength of traditional materials without the extra weight.
Hunting isn't their hobby. It's their calling. It's all they were made to do. In sixty years, they've never lost focus. They've never followed anything but their instincts. They've never let up. They still live for the chase, pursuing innovation from dusk to dawn. They're in the fields, the blinds and the stands, long after the fair-weather crowd heads inside. They do all of this to build incredible hunting boots, because at Irish Setter, the hunt never ends.
- Product Dimensions : 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches; 2.5 Pounds
- Item model number : 83912 Marshall-M
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : September 6, 2014
- Manufacturer : Irish Setter Work
- ASIN : B00HUEH5UC
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In closing, as long as the price stays affordable and competitive, the production stays consistent, my money tree stays fertile and no competitor offers a 3E steel toe, I think I can see my future self purchasing several pairs of this boot. Now for my next trick, seeing my future self purchasing the winning Power ball ticket (if only it were true). With all of this said, you do you.
In the attached pics, the boots that look lighter and more heavily worn are actually the newer of the two boots. The darker pair I had retired before the concrete beast chew a hole through the toe. I then sealed them up with snow seal and I now wear those boots for early morning dog walks and rainy day trips to the park with my best friend. He also recommends these boots (for what it’s worth).
I just have 2 months and I have maybe 30% left of life on my boots sole. You would think since they’re Irish setters they would last bc of their big reputation and years of manufacturing but this model definitely not worth $200. Sure if you can get them for a discounted price go ahead, and honestly you should only on sale not full price bc if you use them for work get ready for another purchase in 2-3 months.
The price was attractive for the Irish Setter 83912 Marshall, even if it was made in China.
But overall, the quality of the leather was complete crap. I tried to condition it. I tried to oil it. Nope. Still crap.
The leather will not flex or breath. It is of poor quality. It is not waterproof as stated either.
Sadly my investment is now parked in the closet until I find the time to eBay my boots, with 4 shifts of wear, to the next unknowing sucker for one third of what I paid.
Red Wing Corporation:
If you are listening, You have devalued your once good brand name in the name of profit.
You had a good thing for almost a century. But you caved.
Now, based upon what I read online, in discussion groups of contractors and laborer, no one trusts your product. You have a thousand SKU's.
You claim to sell to Craftsmen. Yet you are failing to be one yourselves.