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- Rubber sole
- 6" lace-up aluminum-toe work boot with USA-made full grain waterproof leather and removable polyurethane footbed
- Electrical Hazard - meets ASTM F2413-11, M/I/75/C/75 Safety Standards
- Heat-Resistant outsole - resistant to melting at a minimum of 475 Fahrenheit
- Non woven nylon lining
- Counter - Heel Molded
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From the manufacturer
Trout Brook Leather
Handcrafted by the S.B. Foot Tanning Company, this leather is crafted exclusively for the Irish Setter brand and is named after the trout brook which flows just outside the back door of the tannery in Red Wing, Minnesota.
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.
Irish Setter has developed outsoles that have been designed and tested to perform on high heat surfaces. Soles identified as HRO are heat resistant to melting at a minimum of 475 degrees Fahrenheit.
Heavy falling or dropped objects and vehicles in motion are work hazards. In many cases, employers require protective footwear; in other cases, it just makes good sense. Red Wing's safety toe footwear meets ASTM F2413-11, I/75C/75 standards for impact and compression.
Irish Setter partners with you to get the job done in this handsome work boot. The leather upper features a moc-toe for a classic look. A Goodyear welt adds durability while the aluminum toe offers lightweight protection.
In 1950, Red Wing Shoes introduced boot style 854, crafted with distinctive Red Russet leather which inspired the Irish Setter name. Irish Setter became the premier boot brand for generations of hunters and workers by proving itself in the field and on the job site. Today, more than 100 years of Red Wing work boot experience, combined with the over 60-year legacy of Irish Setter outdoor footwear, results in purpose-built Irish Setter footwear for the modern craftsman and avid hunter.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0063C3ZGU
- Item model number: 83606-M
- Date first listed on Amazon: March 11, 2012
- 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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They look good, too. Got my first compliment at work today.
A few thoughts:
* The color is darker than I expected. Almost espresso. Nice, but the belt I bought to match... doesn’t. I’ll need to get a new one.
* They run large. I wear a 13D in almost every other brand of boot or shoe, but in these, I’m a 12D.
* The toe box has plenty of room. I’ve had to return other brands of safety toe boots due to fit problems in the toe, but these are just right.
* You can (and should) experiment with lacing patterns to dial in the fit. Google “how to lace boots” for some suggestions if you’re not sure where to start.
* The included laces aren’t great; do yourself a favor and spend the extra ten bucks on a nicer set. I went with 45” Honey Badgers and they’re perfect.
* They don’t have much arch support. My next upgrade may be a set of insoles.
Overall, I’m very impressed with these boots, and my minor complaints aren’t worth losing a star over. I’ve had my eye on a pair of Red Wing moc-toes for years, but I never got over the sticker shock. These are a great alternative for half the price.
I have a pair of iron rangers that I love, but these irish setters just don't cut it, they don't live up to red wing standards. I have them 2 stars because I really like the styling of these boots, and they did last a year and 8 months,but the price is way too high for what your getting. I've spent 60$ for boots as good as these. I'd suggest ponying up a few more dollars for something better, or find some cheaper boots that are just as good.