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Wolverine Men's Harrison 6" Lace Up Steel Toe Waterproof Work Boot

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Wolverine Men's Harrison 6" Lace Up Steel Toe Waterproof Work Boot

$124.99   price may vary based on color Bogo 1st Pair Only
Keep your cool in the Harrison 6" Lace Up Steel Toe Waterproof Work Boot from Wolverine.

  • Oiled full grain leather upper with a composite safety toe

  • Air mesh and PK mesh lining, removable full cushion PU insole

  • Single-density PU midsole, lightweight cement construction and nylon shank

  • ESD electrostatic dissipative

  • ASTM F2413-05 MI/75C/75 EH electrical hazard rated

  • Pere Marquette rubber/polyurethane sole is oil, water, abrasion, chemical, heat and slip resistant

Wolverine Men's Harrison 6" Lace Up Steel Toe Waterproof Work Boot Reviews


Rated 4 out of 5 by 9reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by NOT WATERPROOF! These boots are NOT waterproof as advertised. Water seeps in through the tongue (not mention of the tongue not being waterproof) and then seeps back out through the rest of the boot. Definitely not happy because every day now when I pull them out to put on there is MOLD growing on the boots because they are still wet. Do NOT get these boots if the waterproofing is important to you. March 9, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lightweight work boot These boots are lightweight which is nice for a steel toe. These are the only boots I found in this price range that were wide enough for my feet. The leather is good and is pliable. Overall, this was a good purchase. March 2, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great My husband has problem feet, knees and back and these boots do wonders for his posture! Highly recommend. December 14, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice boot but runs narrow Nice boot and quality construction, especially for the money. I wear a medium in all shoes, so I don't have an unusually wide foot. However, because I work construction outside in the north, I bought the wide to accommodate thick socks in the winter. The wide is too narrow even with regular socks. They will have to be stretched to even closely work for winter socks, and I'm not sure that can be done with a glued seam, composite toed boot. I've already worn them on the job site, so I can't return. If I had ordered the 4E, I'm sure they would've been the perfect boot. If you already have a wide foot, this boot might not work for you. When I bought the Harrison boot, I also bought the Manawa boot, and it also runs narrow. I've always liked Wolverine boots, but they have changed their sizing, because I have never had a problem with even the regular width. If you can find the correct width, Wolverine is one of the best work boots for the money. September 7, 2015
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