King Rocks 6" Pebble Moc Toe Wedge Mens Leather Work Boots Safety Casual HikingRegular price $105.24 Save $-105.24
|Theme:||80s, 90s, American, Army, Art, Biker, Cowboy, Motorcycle, Western|
|Features:||Adjustable, Adjustable Strap, Ankle Strap, Arch Support, Breathable, Cap Toe, Comfort, Slip Resistant, Steel Toe|
|Toe Shape:||Round Toe|
Work & Safety & Construction
Contrary to popular belief, work boots don’t have to be used for, well, work. Of course, the best work boots should also keep you on your feet through an entire day of work, whether that work involves drywall, spreadsheets, or a little bit of both.
King Rocks Boots Moc Toe Work Boots offer Goodyear welt construction that can do an unlimited sole replacement. Moc toe work boot is a must to have when it comes down to working in the construction site.
Also, they provide thickness oil full-grain leather to protect your feet. Lastly, they have an oil-resistant slip-resistant lightweight wedge sole for traction.
- Full-Grain Tumbled Leather
- Shaft measures approx 6" from arch
- Mesh Lined
- Dual Comfort Cushion Insole
- Shock Absorbing Heel Cushion
- Oil & Slip Resistant
- Polyurethane Outsole
- Goodyear® Welt Construction
Everyone needs work boots that feel comfortable in the fieldwork. To fulfill that need, we built the 6100M style, featuring the Polyurethane Sole which offers shock-absorbing comfort and dependable performance. The 6100M uses premium Pitstop leather, making it an ideal choice for those seeking work footwear with a stylish look.
To assemble the footwear, Goodyear Welt Construction is utilized. Goodyear welt boots are extremely tough, known to be the most durable footwear construction. Polyurethane max wear outsole provides excellent traction, as well as the best lateral stability of all boots.
It also comes with a steel shank providing additional support and stability. The shank forces the appropriate break at the ball of the foot, helping with arch support and relieving pressure off of your feet.
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This is a good quality boot for the price.
The leather is very nice and quite thick.
The boot does look exactly like the photos that are in the Product Description.
I have been wearing the boots for four days now and they seem to be softening and breaking in already.
I think this is a pretty good boot, especially for the great price.
These boots are somewhat large. I have a wide foot and while they are perfect in the toe area. I put some gel heel cushions in just the heel area and now they are very comfortable. I live in the Sierra Nevada Mtns of California and have used them in snow, ice, rain, and mud. They are as good as any I have used in the past 50 years. They are unlined, I wear heavy wool socks with them and they fit well with those.
Great work boot for the price, my favorite boot. Lasts a whole year while using and abusing it with hard labor. I just purchased my 4th pair and will continue to do so every year.
Highly recommended!. I Will update to see how long they last. They are better than the 6inch soft toe Irish setter boots I had.
King Rocks have been protecting my feet for over 6,000 hours... I switched to these from Wing Shooters by Irish Setter and while these aren't QUITE as comfortable as the Wing Shooters, these are less expensive, more aesthetically pleasing, and hold up to the punishment of working on an asphalt crew much better
I bought two pairs after I wore out my first pair; one for work and one for going out(these are very handsome boots out of the box). Every six to eight months, I buy a new pair and turn my old dress boots into work boots. The ONLY thing that would make these any better as far as I'm concerned, is if they were waterproof.
How should work boots fit?
Boot fit is vital for foot comfort. You won’t get a good fit if you rush the fitting process. Make sure you try on a few different boots before making a selection. Boots that are too short or too narrow will crowd your feet and be uncomfortable. Boots that are too big allow too much movement and will cause blisters and hot spots.
Wear the socks that you will wear on the job. Polyester or wool/synthetic blends will keep your feet more comfortable than cotton – winter and summer. Cushioning on the bottom of the socks will provide an added level of comfort.
Test for length. Slide your foot forward until your toes touch the front of the boot. Bend your knee forward. The width of your index finger should fit between the heel of your foot and the back of the shoe – no more, no less. Test both feet.
Make sure that the laces can keep your foot comfortably in place. Without being uncomfortably tight, they should prevent your foot from sliding to the front of the boot.
Make sure that the boots flex at the ball of your foot. Avoid boots that bend in the area of your arch. They do not have adequate support.
Know that your feet will swell at the end of a long day, especially when it’s hot. If possible, try boots on after work so your feet will be at their largest.