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Boot Options

 

 

Height (of uppers)

Boot heights are measured from top of midsole to top of upper. Similarly, measuring from the bottom of your foot and going up will produce the same measurement. This does not include the the boot heel height.

 6" 8" 10" 12" 14" 16" 18"

 

Soles

Everyone wears their soles differently. Similar to that of tires, each sole has an advantage above the rest. Choose your sole wisely, but, don't stress, you can always change it during your next resole.

Tread Style Rubber Composition Stiffness Use

Longevity

1-10

Rating*
100 Standard Regular General, Hiking 10 General, Construction, Hiking
100 RedX Stiff
General, Hiking
10 *Wildland NFPA, *Mechanic
100 Honey Soft
General, Hiking, Roofers
9 General, Forestry, Roofers, Polished Concrete
100 WhiteX Extra Soft
General, Hiking
8 *Wildland NFPA, *Cold Weather
430 Standard Regular General, Farm 8 *Oil Resistant, Farm, Dirt, Casual, General, 
Mechanic, 
Vbar Standard Regular General, Riding 9 *Oil Resistant, Riding, Cowboy, Casual, 
Mechanic
132 Standard Regular
General, Hiking
10
General, Construction, Hiking
132 Honey Soft General, Hiking 9
General, Forestry, Polished Concrete
4014 White Cristy Softest Indoor concrete, Casual 7
General, Polished concrete, Iron worker

*Ratings are compiled of both official and non-official customer reviewed feedback.

*Symbol next to rating indicates official rating

 Toes

*Improperly fit composite or steel toe boots are not returnable nor warranted. Its always a risk, so be sure to be prepared in case it happens!

 Type Use Cons
Regular Any None
Composite ASTM-2412 Bulky, "Clown Shoe" appearance, "Toe Jam" or "Toe Rub" is not warranted 
Steel ASTM-2412 Cold, 
"Toe Jam" or "Toe Rub" is not warranted 
MetGuard MT-75 Require composite or steel toe, 
Bulky, 
"Toe Jam" or "Toe Rub" is not warranted 

 

Leather Side

Finished boot leather has two sides. The first, is a smooth side. The other, is a rough side. During the boot building process, it is possible to use either side of the leather to build the boots.

 Type Purpose Appearance Use Cons
Rough Out Protects against scratches Bottom is rough, uppers are smooth Hiking, Forestry, Excavation, Mechanic, None
Smooth Polished Bottoms are smooth, uppers are smooth General, Office Scratches
Full Rough Out Unspecified Bottom is rough, uppers are rough None Additional Cost