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Finding a work boot with just the right amount of comfort and durability can be difficult. The Rocky 11in. Original Ride Steel Toe EH Western Work Boot is designed with the ideal amount of protective features, relieving comfort and sturdiness. The wide square toe, oiled full-grain leather and stitching make it look like a traditional Western boot. It has the steel toe and meets the ASTM F2413-05 I/75 C/75 protective toe and Electrical Hazard safety standards. It is built with the 8-layer Rocky Original Ride comfort system, so it is immediately comfortable when you put your foot down into the boot. As you're walking, the tempered steel shank supplies support and stability. Also features finger holes for easy pull-on, all-around welt construction and oil-resistant dual-density rubber outsole for stability. It is precisely the boot you need to be wearing to get the job done. Outsole Type Rubber, Extra Features Electrical hazard protection, Boot Construction Goodyear welt, Color Brown, Insole Material Polyurethane, Boot Shank Type Steel, Toe Design Square, Lining Leather, Boot Height 11 inch, Size 11 1/2, Toe Style Steel, ASTM Approved Yes, Waterproof No, Upper Construction Leather. Full-grain leather upper Leather lining 8-layer Rocky Original Ride comfort system provides comfort and support Tempered steel shank Removable dual-density footbed with heel stabilizer Wide square toe Steel toe meets ASTM F2413-05 I/75 C/75 protective toe classification ASTM F2413-05 Electrical Hazard standard Durable all-around welt construction with leather welt Double row welt forepart stitch Oil-resistant dual-density Rocky Original Ride rubber outsole Original Ride heel. Size: 11 1/2. Model Number: 6029
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Northern Tool
Saucony Ride 7 : Saucony Ride 7 running shoes are lighter than the previous version by .5 ounce while remaining just as cushioned and comfortable. You'll also see that Saucony engineers removed the plastic midfoot shank for better flexibility and to reduce weight. This version also provides up to 20% more ground contact from the outsole which provides even more stability, durability and support than ever before. These shoes are perfect if you're looking for a neutral trainer that offers excellent cushion while remaining light. Upper: Silver reflective synthetic at heel creates increased visibility. Highly breathable air mesh is flexible and cool. RUNDRY collar lining wicks away moisture. Welded overlays provide a lightweight, seamless feel. Flat laces reduce irritation and pressure points. Midsole: POWERGRID (heel-to-toe insert) provides enhanced cushioning. SRC Impact Zone acts as a crashpad and offers smoother transitions. Removable ComfortLite sockliner. Outsole: iBR+™ is 33% lighter and provides more cushioning compared to standard blown rubber. XT-900™ premium carbon rubber offers exceptional traction and high-wear properties. New vertical flex groove enhances forefoot flexibility. Runner's World Editor's ChoiceSummer Shoe Guide 2014'The Ride 7 made my job as a runner extremely easy!' gushed Cheryl Miller, a wear-tester from East Lansing, Michigan. 'The cushioning and arch support was superb for my 80-plus miles per week.' Our wear-testers of all abilities echoed those sentiments, giving the shoe top marks for comfort, stability, and traction. That latter score may be in part because of a newly designed outsole. The tread pattern and blown rubber—air is injected into the compound to make it softer—combine to deliver a smooth ride while remaining incredibly durable. Saucony also tweaked the midfoot configuration, removing a plastic piece from under the arch and filling it in with foam and rubber so the shoe makes complete contact with the ground. This smooths out the transition from heel-strike to toe-off. Tests in the RW Shoe Lab show that the forefoot of the Ride is extremely stiff—something we've seen in previous versionsbut our wear-testers were unfazed by that detail in real-world testing.
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Saucony Ride 7 : Saucony Ride 7 running shoes are lighter than the previous version by .5 ounce while remaining just as cushioned and comfortable. You'll also see that Saucony engineers removed the plastic midfoot shank for better flexibility and to reduce weight. This version also provides up to 20% more ground contact from the outsole which provides even more stability, durability and support than ever before. These shoes are perfect if you're looking for a neutral trainer that offers excellent cushion while remaining light. Upper: Silver reflective synthetic at heel creates increased visibility. Highly breathable air mesh is flexible and cool. RUNDRY collar lining wicks away moisture. Welded overlays provide a lightweight, seamless feel. Flat laces reduce irritation and pressure points. Midsole: POWERGRID (heel-to-toe insert) provides enhanced cushioning. SRC Impact Zone acts as a crashpad and offers smoother transitions. Removable ComfortLite sockliner. Outsole: iBR+™ is 33% lighter and provides more cushioning compared to standard blown rubber. XT-900™ premium carbon rubber offers exceptional traction and high-wear properties. New vertical flex groove enhances forefoot flexibility. Runner's World Editor's ChoiceSummer Shoe Guide 2014'The Ride 7 made my job as a runner extremely easy!' gushed Cheryl Miller, a wear-tester from East Lansing, Michigan. 'The cushioning and arch support was superb for my 80-plus miles per week.' Our wear-testers of all abilities echoed those sentiments, giving the shoe top marks for comfort, stability, and traction. That latter score may be in part because of a newly designed outsole. The tread pattern and blown rubber—air is injected into the compound to make it softer—combine to deliver a smooth ride while remaining incredibly durable. Saucony also tweaked the midfoot configuration, removing a plastic piece from under the arch and filling it in with foam and rubber so the shoe makes complete contact with the ground. This smooths out the transition from heel-strike to toe-off. Tests in the RW Shoe Lab show that the forefoot of the Ride is extremely stiff—something we've seen in previous versionsbut our wear-testers were unfazed by that detail in real-world testing.
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