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Chippewa Womens Wakita Steel Toe Insulated Waterproof Work Boot
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Chippewa Women's Wakita Steel Toe Insulated Waterproof Work Boot

$215.89

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Chippewa® Women's Wakita Steel Toe is an 8-inch tall lace-up boot that keeps things simple and comfortable. Its golden brown leather exterior features the Chip-A-Tex® waterproof membrane system that's still breathable. Water is locked out of the boot by the membrane shield but air passes through from the foot for maximum comfort. The antique brass hardware is non-tarnishable and the heavy duty waxed laces are crafted for durability. It has a steel toe that exceeds ASTM F2413-11 standards for impact and compression and protects the toe from non-electrical conduction of electrical potential or magnetic charges.

This boot also features Texon® insoles that provide cushion and support for the foot and 400 grams of 3M Thinsulate™ Ultra that's lightweight, breathable, and moisture-resistant. And to top everything off, the Vibram® rubber outsole brings quality, performance, and safety so you can walk and work with confidence.

  • Waterproof leather upper
  • Goodyear® Leather Welt
  • Chip-A-Tex® Waterproof Bootie
  • Maple Taibrelle®  lining
  • Thinsulate™ Ultra insulation
  • Texon® cushioned insole
  • 4 Iron Rubber/Leather Robus midsole
  • Steel shank
  • Steel toe
  • Vibram® Tacoma Logger outsole

Product Features:

Upper Waterproof leather
Electrical Hazard Exceeds ASTM F2413-11 standards for impact and compression
Toe Protection Steel
Outsole Vibram® Tacoma Logger Rubber
Lining Maple Taibrelle®, Chip-A-Tex® Waterproof Bootie
Midsole 4 Iron Rubber/Leather Robus

Style Number: L26341 WOMENS

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Utilizing technology such as Thinsulate®, Body Cushion®, and Vibram®, the Chippewa® product line, started a century ago with a state-of-the-art logger boot, has expanded to include a wide range of boots for use by motorcyclists, construction workers, and outdoor enthusiasts worldwide.  

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