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Carolina Dormer Work Boot CA9036


Carolina Dormer Work Boot CA9036
Carolina Dormer Work Boot CA9036


 
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Carolina Dormer 6-inch Waterproof Work Boot CA9036 will keep you comfortable in good and wet weather. Waterproof construction with SCUBALINER lining system keeps out the wet elements for a comfortably dry yet breathable foot environment. Welt construction allows for multiple sole replacements and helps to reduce separation to extend the overall life of the boot.
List Price:$130.00
Our Price:$103.99
Savings: $26.01


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Product Code: CAR-CA9036

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Carolina Dormer 6-inch Waterproof Work Boot CA9036 will keep you comfortable in good and wet weather. Waterproof construction with SCUBALINER lining system keeps out the wet elements for a comfortably dry yet breathable foot environment. Welt construction allows for multiple sole replacements and helps to reduce separation to extend the overall life of the boot.
Features
  • Brand: Carolina Shoe
  • 6 inch boot
  • Color: Brown
  • Mohawk RW Brown Leather Upper
  • Soft Toe
  • Waterproof SCUBALINER
  • Traditional lace-up design with durable metal eyelets and speed hooks for a secure fit
  • Taibrelle lining for a more comfortable and breathable foot environment
  • Electrical Hazard Rated Footwear tested by an independent lab that can withstand applications of 18,000 volts at 60hz for one minute without leakage
  • Steel shank for reliable stability
  • Welt construction for long-lasting durability
  • Oil and Slip Resisting Rubber Outsole
  • Imported
  • MPN CA9036
  • SKU CAR-CA9036
  • Width: Medium (D), Wide (2E)
  • Sizes: 8 8.5 9 9.5 10 10.5 11 11.5 12 13 14

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4 of 5 Good Boots October 14, 2021
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Fredericksburg , VA United States  
Other than waiting FIVE MONTHS for the boots all is good.  Not Army/Navy's fault.

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