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Carhartt Men's Twin Gore 4" Work Boot - Dick's Sporting Goods

Carhartt Men's Twin Gore 4" Work Boot

Item Number: 28661246
Price: $99.99
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Power through your next shift in the Carhartt Men's 4" Twin Gore work boot. An oil-tanned leather upper provides rugged durability on long work days, while the twin-gore opening at the ankle allows for a secure fit. Waterproof construction ensures interior dryness, and the slip-resistant blown-rubber outsole enhances traction on treacherous surfaces. Slip into the Twin Gore and experience a boot that works as hard as you do.

FEATURES:

  • Oil-tanned leather upper maximizes durability and protection
  • Waterproof construction ensures dryness and warmth
  • Twin-gore opening at the ankle allows for easy on/off
  • OrthoLite® insole enhances comfort for long days on your feet
  • Goodyear welt construction increases durability
  • Oil, chemical, and slip-resistant blown-rubber outsole provides stable traction on treacherous surfaces
  • Height: 4"
  • Style: CMS4100
  • Carhartt


Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5†by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5†by Heel is a bit loose; otherwise okay Looks like the boot is overall high quality as expected. As I typed in the headline, the only issue I have is that the heel is a bit loose. The rest of the boot is a good fit, so I am not sure if this is an issue with their manufacturing or what. Most other boots I've bought are a consistent fit. Nothing a bit of moleskin can't cure. February 3, 2014
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