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Ariat Men's Workhog RT Pull-On Composite Toe: A10007925

    Ariat Men's Workhog RT Pull-On Composite Toe: A10007925

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    Ariat Men's Workhog RT Pull-On Composite Toe: A10007925


    • ATS® Max provides an extra level of stability to our comfortable, supportive ATS® technology platform
    • Premium full grain leather
    • Goodyear® Welt construction
    • Revolutionary patent-pending Ariat U-Turn entry system allows you to “make the turn” easier
    • Stability chassis promotes proper gait cycle
    • Shock absorbing EVA midsole provides cushioning for enhanced comfort
    • Oil resisting and slip resisting Duratread™ outsole provides maximum wear resistance with flexibility
    • Self-cleaning, non-tracking outsole tread design
    • ATS® footbed provides superior stability and cushioning
    • 90° heel
    • Available in both soft and Composite safety toe options

    Men's Sizes
    D: 7-12,13,14
    EE: 7-12,13,14

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