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ACE ARROW™ 6 Inch Nano Composite Toe Waterproof

Hommes Noir avec Couleur, Style# 72200
194,95 $
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ACE ARROW™ 6 Inch Nano Composite Toe Waterproof

Hommes Noir avec Couleur, Style# 72200
194,95 $
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Caractéristiques

  • Semelle d’usure antidérapante GLADIATORMC: Procure une résistance au glissement, une durabilité et une polyvalence à l’intérieur comme à l’extérieur
  • Mousse amortissante REVIVE™: La mousse surdimensionnée de la semelle intercalaire REVIVE™ est légère et à rebond élevé et résiste à la compression au fil du temps
  • Imperméable: Conçue avec des éléments pour garder le pied au sec.
  • Caractéristique de saisie d’échelle: Raised ridges in the shank area of our outsole are textured to provide extra grip when stabilizing oneself on ladder rungs.
  • Talon et languette coussinés
  • Non métallique
  • Tige de 15,24 cm (6 po)
  • Cheville Action pour plus de soutien
  • Lacets Action pour un laçage rapide
  • Cuir pleine fleur imperméable avec embout en caoutchouc ACE® durable
  • Semelle intérieure profilée amovible en polyuréthane/gel double densité pour un amorti durable qui enveloppe le pied
  • Conforme à la norme ASTM F2413-18 (I75/C75, EH)/ASTM F3445-21 (pour la résistance au glissement), en utilisant la méthode d’essai de chaussure entière ASTM F2913
  • Poids (par chaussure) : 26,46 oz

Description

La botte de travail la plus confortable que vous essaierez, couverte par notre garantie Fast Free Exchange exclusive. Nous avons pris une botte de randonnée ultra-sportive et y avons ajouté toutes les caractéristiques de sécurité dont vous avez besoin pour le travail, surtout les jours où les quarts de travail sont plus longs. Avec un embout plus spacieux pour les orteils, vos pieds respireront plus facilement dans ces bottes légères, flexibles et imperméables. Obtenez un amorti inégalé avec la semelle intercalaire surdimensionnée ReviveMC, qui vous procure une foulée réactive, plus d’énergie et moins de fatigue. Idéale pour une utilisation en intérieur comme en extérieur, cette botte de travail est munie de notre semelle d’usure GladiatorMC pour la meilleure résistance au glissement avec un large motif de crampons à chevrons offrant une résistance intégrée à l’encrassement. Vos orteils sont protégés par l’embout nanocomposite qui répond aux normes ASTM-F3445 actuelles tout en gardant la chaussure légère.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Most Comfortable!! The Ace Arrow are very light and fit perfect on your feet,
Date published: 2023-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing I really do recommend this it’s like walking on a cloud very smooth. They might look heavy, but is the opposite very light and it gets the work done keeps your feet warm and comfortable at the same time. Perfect combination working as an order selector I am always walking around, I can finally get some extra work done. Thank you.
Date published: 2023-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome best boots outta box!! Love them I'm buying 2 more pairs just to have in case they change or discontinue. They are the best work boots out of the box I have ever ordered. They are like walking on clouds. They move perfect with my walk not rubbing anywhere. Like most other boots do during break in. Amazing. Maybe only down fall is no wide option for those of you with wide feet. Perhaps by the time you read this they will. Don't hesitate to buy. A++++++++++++++++
Date published: 2022-11-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strong and reliable! Tanks, these are some monsters and they don’t look terrible. You gotta pull your insoles every night and place them on a shoe dryer to dry them fully between uses or you run the chance of developing fungal problems that can get serious. They don’t breathe
Date published: 2024-01-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best sfc boot yet I've had lots of boots in 6 years from shoes for crews. Most last a about 8 months before needing to replace. Even with putting in better insoles they always wear out. These boots however have only needed my upgraded insoles and other than that are great. Reason for a 4 not 5. They are sweatier than others but that's not the end of the world. They do have that terribly ugly neon yellow on the back. As with all shoes for crews boots the insoles are woefully inadequate. I can have my ankles and platar facia act up and these have been great for it. I recommend the gerogia boot AMP insole. The only thing I wish is that there was a bit more room in them once you add a good insole. It doesn't rub or anything on my top foot, it's just a bit more snug. They last a good 4 moths. I'm coming up on a year and I've had 3 or 4 insoles. They are only 20 bucks too.
Date published: 2023-08-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good boot, wont dry out Great shoe, very comfortable. However the shoe does not dry out after wearing so I assume this boot will start to stink.
Date published: 2023-11-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice Cushioning...but... These boots are comfortable right out of the box, no break in needed. They have good cushioning and are comfortable. However, the deal breaker for me is that the boots do not breathe, my feet are wet from sweat within an hour or two, making the rest of my day hard to get through. I cannot wear these in hot weather, guess I will wait until winter to see if I can at least wear them then.
Date published: 2023-07-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Rubber toe cap bubbled up, separated, and split. I’m a tool and die maker by trade who averages about 11,000 steps a day. My shop produces transmission components and we use lots of synthetic draw lube which ends up everywhere on the main production floor. I will start by saying whatever this oil is made of is not kind to any work boot, you’re lucky to get 2 years out of $400 Red Wings. Combine this lube with epoxy coated floors and the result is extremely slippery, which is why I’ve been through about 7 pairs of Ace boots from SFC. Their traction, including the Arrow, is second to none. In my nine years with this employer I’ve tried several of the other Ace boots as well and keep coming back because they’re generally very comfortable and the slip resistance is excellent. I’ve tried the providence, piston mid, burren, redrock, and a couple other styles that are discontinued. Lately I generally get about 8-10 months before they start looking torn up and my feet start getting wet from oil seeping through. The first two discontinued pairs I had lasted just over a year and were about $30 less expensive. Lately it seems they are getting less and less durable and simultaneously going up in price. I’m not a fan of the styles with glued on synthetic or rubber toe caps, that’s usually where mine have been failing. I took a chance with the arrow because the price was more expensive than a lot of the other mid or hiker styles and my feet were starting to get wet and sore in the redrocks I had previously, which actually did make it about 10 months despite the rubber toe design. I figured the increased cost would translate to durability, but that was not the case here. Break in was very short, maybe 3 days, and my feet were dry and no longer sore, the first month was great. But by the second month I started noticing the rubber toe caps swelling and bubbling up, separating from the inner layer of the boot. 3 months in and they started to split and now at the 4 month mark the right toe cap was just dangling off hanging there with the whole sub layer exposed. Another thing I’m not thrilled with is that the comfort of the footbed is gone as well, sore feet from plantar fasciitis every day, some of the older models were comfortable for the life of the boot. My feet aren’t wet yet but with the inner layer exposed I’m guessing it won’t be long. If you’re hard on boots maybe stick to an older full leather style like the providence, they weren’t quite as comfortable overall but they weren’t uncomfortable, and the leather toe lasts much longer.
Date published: 2023-08-03
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