Justin Original Men's Rugged Tan Stampede Steel Toe Work Boots

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Justin Work Boots Steel Toe

Justin Men’s Work Boots were designed with the busy guy in mind. When you’re on your feet all day, it’s important to ensure your feet stay comfortable and safe. Justin Stampede steel toe works boots are perfect for providing support, comfort and security so you can stay up on your feet all day long. Justin Stampede steel toe boots come complete with the Justin J-Flex Comfort System that provides the durability you need for hours of wear, as well as an outsole that provides traction for increased security.

These Justin Original lace-up work boots take care of your feet, so you can concentrate on taking care on the job. The boots fit true to size, and the laces allow slight adjustments in fit. When you’re searching for quality leather boots that are comfortable and will last, search no further than Justin Stampede steel toe boots. They are electrical hazard rated for your safety, and the steel toe exceeds ASTM F2413-11, 175, C75 safety standards.

  • 8" Rugged Tan Shaft
  • Rugged Tan Vamp
  • J-Flex Flexible Comfort System Insole
  • Steel Shank
  • Stampede Rubber and EVA Combination Outsole
  • Steel Toe Rate ASTM F2413-11 M/1/75 C/75
  • Stampede Square Toe Shape
  • Electrical Hazard

5 Reviews

  • 5
    Justin Men's Rugged Tan Stampede Steel Toe Work Bo

    Posted by Myron VanEngen on Dec 30th 2019

  • 5
    Good Quality

    Posted by Sharon Gilbert on Nov 12th 2018

    Good Quality

  • 4
    Good boots

    Posted by Steven Goss on Jun 20th 2017

    Holding up well so far

  • 4
    Justin Steel Toe lace up boots

    Posted by Alice Hobbs on Nov 15th 2016

    Was the wrong boots but ending up another person took them and then FR Depot sent the correct ones. Even having to get another pair of boots it only took 4 days from the day ordered. Really fast service.

  • 1

    Posted by Charles Haake on Oct 30th 2016

    Run way big, but usable