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Pull-On Leather Work Boots

Pull-On Leather Work Boots

Get easy-on, easy-off convenience and the toe protection you need with these lace-free work boots. They simply pull on and off, and can be used when safety regulations don't call for lace-up boots. Compared to shoes, they provide greater support to the ankle and additional coverage of the lower leg.

General Purpose

Get the durability and comfort you need on the job by wearing these pull-on leather work boots. They are for use in general industry, construction, and warehouse applications.

Ankle Boots Toe

Men

Composite

Steel

Wellington Boots Toe

Men

Steel

Western Boots Toe

Men

Composite

Steel

Women

Steel

With Metatarsal Guard

Help prevent foot injuries by wearing boots that have safety toe caps and metatarsal guards. These pull-on boots provide extended coverage of the tops of the feet, with the metatarsal guard overlapping the edge of the toe cap and covering the metatarsal bone area to shield against impact from falling objects. They meet ASTM F2413-11 section 5.3 specifications for metatarsal protective (Mt) footwear.

Internal guards are built into the inside of the boots. External guards are attached to the outside of the boots.

Wellington Boots

Men's

Steel Toe

Composite Toe

Ankle Boots

Men's

Steel Toe

Waterproof

With leather uppers that have been treated to resist water, these pull-on leather work boots keep your feet dry in wet conditions. They combine the easy fit of a pull-on boot with the waterproof protection of rubber, yet they're made from a natural material.

Wellington Boots

Steel Toe

Composite Toe

Western Boots

Steel Toe

Composite Toe

Ankle Boots

Steel Toe

Slip Resistant

The surface-gripping tread on these pull-on boots helps you keep your footing to resist slips and falls. They are typically used in wet, soapy, greasy, dusty, and other slippery environments.

Wellington Boots

Steel Toe

Composite Toe

Western Boots

Steel Toe

Ankle Boots

Composite Toe

Chemical Resistant

With outsoles that resist various chemicals and oils, these pull-on boots are commonly used in environments such as food processing operations, petrochemical and pharmaceutical plants, refineries, and laboratories. They are available with different materials to suit your application.

Wellington Boots

Men's

Steel Toe

Western Boots

Men's

Steel Toe

Composite Toe

Plain Toe

Women's

Steel Toe

Puncture Resistant

Not only are these leather work boots easy to pull on, they are puncture-resistant to help prevent foot injuries. A plate embedded into the insoles resists punctures from nails, screws, wires, metal scraps, and other sharp debris. The insoles are cushioned for comfort. These boots meet ASTM F2413-11 section 5.7 specifications for puncture-resistant (PR) footwear.

Wellington Boots

Composite Toe

Steel Toe

Ankle Boots

Composite Toe

Cold-Weather Insulated

Keep your feet warm in cold environments with these thermally insulated pull-on work boots. The higher the gram rating of the lining, the greater its insulation.

Wellington Boots

Steel Toe

Western Boots

Steel Toe

Static Dissipative

Commonly used for electronics assembly work and in other static sensitive environments, these pull-on boots transfer static electricity from the body to ground, and reduce the possibility of electrical shock if the wearer accidentally steps on a live circuit. They are also known as antistatic boots. Static dissipative (SD or ESD) boots meet ASTM F2413-11 section 5.6 specifications for static dissipative footwear.

Wellington Boots

Men's

Steel Toe

Western Boots

Men's

Composite Toe

Electrical Hazard Protection

Reduce the risk of electrocution by wearing these boots to protect your feet from electrical shock. They have nonconductive soles and heels to insulate against accidental contact with live circuits, conductors, and other electrically energized parts. Electrical hazard (EH) rated boots are considered secondary protection and are typically used with other insulating workwear and equipment. They're commonly worn by electricians, construction workers, maintenance personnel, and others who may be exposed to live wires and other potential electrical hazards.

Wellington Boots

Steel Toe

Composite Toe