The 6101U is part of our 6" Moc Toe Work Boot collection. Our safety work boots come with an ASTM certified steel toe cap that reinforces the toe area, preventing impact from heavy objects. These men's work boots are designed and fit for just about any work environment requiring the use of steel toe boots.
We start by hand-picking full grain leather uppers for our work boots. Full grain is known as the strongest, most durable layer of the hide which sits just below the hair. Because of its tight grain pattern, the upper is known to be water repellent. Pebble leather, used for our 6101U, has been distressed and pre-broken into, making the boots fit right when you put them on. Our work boots are then lasted with one of our safety steel toe caps and impact tested to the standard F2413 M/I-75/C-75. Because it's a steel toe boot, we design the toe box to fit wider than most of our non-safety work boots. The steel toe cap is then lined inside with a soft and comfortable padded fabric for cushion against the toes.
An anti-microbial moisture-wicking fabric is lined and supported throughout the inside of this comfortable steel toe work boot, providing better insulation during cold working conditions and preventing odors from occurring. A soft padded collar is wrapped around the steel toe boots to provide ankle and leg comfort. Goodyear® Welt Construction, one of the strongest ways of assembling footwear, is used to stitch the uppers to our lightweight polyurethane Wedge Pro® series outsole. Our Wedge Pro outsoles have been enhanced to last up to 40% longer and feel more comfortable. The steel toe boots then are reinforced with stitching at the bottom of the boots, preventing sole separation.
Wedge Soles have been cherished by workers for years. The design aspect of the Wedge Sole is most crucial for today's Iron Workers and Pavers. Not only are the soles easy to clean, they have an important safety feature. Unlike the pattern on Lugged Sole boots, the Wedge pattern allows Iron Workers to walk freely without worrying about tripping over a rivet or getting their heel caught on a part. For Pavers, asphalt and concrete will less likely be stuck in the grooves, which can damage the integrity of the work boot's traction.