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- 100% Leather
- Made in US
- Rubber sole
- Work boot in distressed leather featuring deep leg opening, rounded toe, and dual pull-on loops
- Removable insole
- Dri-lex lining
- Slip- and oil-resistant rubber outsole
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From the manufacturer
We put everything we have into our J-MAX Original Workboots. Packed with technology, they’re tough enough to handle the hardest jobs with layers of comfort and flexibility to get you through those twelve-hour days.
The NEW J-Max Double Comfort System is our classic Double Comfort System, packed with new technology— our J-Max removable orthotic insert with Justin Jel technology and mesh spacer footbed cover that provides extra comfort and a healthy environment for the foot.
Justin Boots began in America and remains in America, with a proud heritage built on authenticity and excellence. Our commitment to country and quality means we provide a wide selection of styles – including J-MAX Original Workboots – still handcrafted right here in the USA. With three U.S. factories, Justin Boots is the largest domestic manufacturer of footwear in the country.
At Justin Original Workboots, we know a thing or two about the kind of work that built this country. We trace our roots all the way back to 1879, when we began handcrafting high quality, comfortable boots to meet the safety requirements of the workers on the Chisholm Trail. It’s a tradition we continue today, producing high-performing footwear with the most innovative protection and comfort technologies for hardworking people around the world. From steel and comp toe safety features, metatarsal protection, waterproofing and puncture resistance to our J-Max Double Comfort System, Achilles Relief and more — it’s all about making boots that are tough enough to protect on the job and comfortable enough to wear on the weekend. Justin Original Workboots: Comfort and Safety since 1879.
Justin Mens J-Max Pull On 8in Tan Work Boot Own the most authentic and stylish western footwear, by ordering these Justin Men's Work Boots. Patented with J-Flex(R) comfort system, you will get the experience of wearing the most comfortable boots ever made. Featuring 11" inch leather shafts, these boots will match your work day needs. Stitched with a Norwegian storm welt, these boots lend durability. Equipped with moisture-wicking DriLex vamp lining, this pair of boots is water-resistant. Wear them at the weekend party and surprise everyone with these boots. Product Features: Comes with J-flex comfort system. Made from high-quality material. Features 11" inch leather shafts. Includes a moisture-wicking DriLex vamp lining. Item Specifications: Color Rugged tan gaucho Top Leather Gaucho with deep scallop Height 11 Inch Insole J-max double comfort system with J-flex and justin jel? removable orthotic Pullon/Laced Pullon
The Standard of the West Since 1879 The story of Justin Boots began in 1879, when H.J. Justin moved to Spanish Fort, Texas to become a boot repairman. He was a quick study, with an eye and talent for boot making. H.J. soon began his own boot company, Justin Boots, which he operated out of his home to serve cowboys passing though town. H.J. saw the potential for his business, so when a railroad was built ten years later in Nocona, Texas, he moved his family there to capitalize on a bigger market. In 1908, Justin Boots became a true family company when his sons, Earl and Avis, came to work for their father. Their combined efforts pushed the company forward, and just two years later, Justin Boots had doubled its production and was being sold in 26 states as well as Mexico, Canada, and Cuba. Seven years after their father´s death in 1918, his sons moved the company headquarters to Fort Worth where it still operates today. Every pair of Justin Boots is a salute to the spirit of independence, hard work and authenticity of the cowboys who have worn them since 1879. After more than 130 years of Western boot making, Justin Boots is still true to its roots. When you purchase a pair of Justin Boots you will own the most authentic and stylish Western footwear available. And with Justin´s patented J-Flex® Comfort System you will be wearing the most comfortable boots ever made. This is why Justin Boots has been crowned the ¨Standard Of The West Since 1879¨.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00E1YJ656
- Item model number: J-max Pull On
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 21, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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The seller, The Westerner, shipped the boots very fast. The first pair came in two days, and the next pair took four days, even though they were not Amazon Prime. The Westerner was also kind enough to accept the return of my first pair of too-large boots, even though I had ruined the box that they came in. I am very appreciative of their outstanding customer service, and will definitely choose to buy from them again.
Also the top of the boot is rough and rubs against your calf, if you don't have extra long socks on, it will probably be an issue.
But over all I would have been satisfied with the boots if they were wide enough. I am almost scared to see what the normal width is. I got wide and it felt like it was crushed my foot. The normal size must be ridiculously small. (My feet aren't super wide to begin with)
Most of the reviews were along the lines of the boots running big in size. I wear a 13-D in some and a 13-E in others. I could not get my foot in these boots that were labeled 13-EE, which leads me to believe that there was an issue with this particular set of boots. How could so many reviews be wrong.