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Ariat Men's Overdrive Toast Brown and Lime Square Composite Toe Work Boot

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Style #AR0011921

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The work boot for the front-line work force is now available with a wide square toe. Constructed from premium full-graid shaft detailed with a six-row stitch pattern and embroidery. Mesh lined for breathability and a 90-degree heel. Features Ariat's patented U-Turn Entry System that is specifically designed to accommodate high arches and wide feet. The hidden gore panel in the back of the shaft provides just enough expansion to allow easy entry and removal of boots without compromising fit. Built on the OverDrive heavy-duty platform for maximum stability and superior protection in tough and treacherous working environments. Goodyear welt construction adds durability. ATS Max technology provides maximum support for tough tasks and long hours on your feet. An extra-wide shank delivers maximum torsional stability promotes proper body alignment an minimizes foot fatigue. The EVA midsole and moisture-wicking gel-cushioned footbed provide shock absorption and rebound for all-day comfort. The oil- and slip-resisting Duratread outsole provides wear and abrasion resistance. Reinforced ExGuards in key wear zones provide additional protection. The non-metallic Composite safety toe provides protection that is lighter weight than the traditional steel toe. ASTM F2413-11 M/I/75 C/75 EH rated for safety.

  • 10" Shaft Height
  • Toast Brown Premium Full Grain Leather Foot
  • Lime Upper
  • Cream & Blue Stitch Design on Upper
  • Brown Piping
  • Square Composite Toe
  • ASTM F2413-11 M/I/75 C/75 EH Rated
  • TPU Wear Guards on Toe, Heel and Side
  • ATS Max Technology
  • Unique Patent-Pending U-Turn Entry System™
  • Shock Absorbing EVA Midsole
  • Oil & Slip Resistant Duratread™ Outsole
  • Goodyear Double Stitched Welt
  • 90 Degree Roper Heel
  • Pull Straps
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Awsome BOOTS!
i got the boots about 5 months ago and i just love them alot there vary comfy i do welding alot im 16 years old. And i fit 11 but i got 11.5 ww... so i would no if they would fit. if your grown up dont get a size bigger they will fit perfect people all ways say there hard to brake in and i see no problem with that about a week of work and they were broke in. there not waterproof but there ok for a while if your looking for a work boot for 150$ this is the boot to get trust me they can take a beating
April 14, 2020
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Good but not great
I bot these boots six weeks ago believing they would be tough waterproof work boots. First snow, about two inches, I found out they are waterproof only to the ankle, if snow gets kicked up to the shaft, your feet are going to get wet. I’ve also found that the upper sole leather is not very tough as they deep stuff very easily. I’m hoping that they don’t lose their water proofing in that area. I feel that it is false advertising to say that boots are waterproof when they are only particially so. Kinda like saying gloves are insulated when only the finger tips are. I own at least five pair of boots, some Ariat, some Justin. This is my most expensive pair. Love the fit, wish they were as advertised, tough and waterproof.
January 7, 2019
Flagstaff, Az
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Come apart too soon
These hold up well to everyday wear, but was disappointed with the heel/stitching construction. The upper separated from the heel at the stitching on the right boot after about 1-1/2 years of daily wear. These fit me well and are comfortable, but again, disappointed in the quality. For $200 and a brand like Ariat I would think something like stitching would be a little better quality.
The rubber guards are great for about six or seven months, then the ones on the sides lose their stitching as well.
December 31, 2018
Indiana
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Best boots I’ve found for welding.
Bought these after wearing workhog mets w/waterproof. Were all great and grand but a little hot in summer months due to waterproof lining. The toes got real scuffed being square. Decided to try the overdrive. Best pulls on’s I’ve owned hands down. A little snug in the width at first But not enough to cause pain or blisters so virtually 0 break in time.Used bick cleaner and condition after washing quarterly throughout a year. Maintained and they’re still kicking. I just wish they made them in met guards. 2 years of welding grinding air gouging, puddle wash out you name it they’re still in great shape. No waterproof liner to come loose. Just wish their certified resole people could resole the overdrive. Besides not being available in a met guard yet that’s why I rated 4/5. FYI Ariat. Most people needing met guards don’t need waterproof.
November 28, 2018
Hollidaysburg, PA
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Looks nice and aggressive
Terrible!!! Uncomfortable right out of the box. The size was perfect & width. Switched insoles in less than 2 weeks. Bought in April & apruptly stopped wearing in September. I'm a pipeliner. (Shovel kicker, climbing in/out of trenches/holes. Also, a pipe fitter just basic walking i/o houses plumbing. Climbing steps etc. I worked in a basement in about 2" tops of water. My feet were soaked! (Leather was treated BTW w/mink oiled prior BOTH soles cracked & lost their seal. The laces are cheap & already stretched in various places. I bought these due to good reviews??? Not for heavy construction at all! Wasted almost $200 on these for not quite 6 months. VERY, VERY dissatisfied.
November 14, 2018
Cincinnati, Dayton, Oh
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They are ok
I've had these boots for about 8 months and they are done for.. the leather is ripping, the heels came off and the stitching is coming loose.. I am hard on boots but j was expecting more from ariat. I work In construction and will NOT be buying another pair of these..
July 20, 2018
Texas
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Great boot, lasted a whole 4 months.
Stepped away from Double H to try these Ariats out because they have rubber over the toe so I don’t wear a hole in them. Thought it was a good idea then the rubber tabs started coming off which is to be expected. Now, the sole is starting to come off of the boot itself. Pretty good quality if you ask me. 4 months out of a pair of boots is terrible. My Double H lasted me over 2 years doing the same stuff. Can’t wait to go back to Double H. Don’t buy this boot.
July 17, 2018
Kansas City, KS
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Disappointing
I got them from cavenders and I was excited when I first bought them but after 4 months I started noticing signs of wear and tear, like the stitching started to come out. 3 months later the bottom heel started to tear off in chunks smh I didn't even get a good year out of them. Maybe they're more of a warehouse work boot instead of construction!
December 18, 2017
Fort Worth, TX, United States
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Comfortable Out of the Box
I'm very hard on work boots, I am 6'7" and weigh around 310 lbs. I usually go through 1 pair of boots per year. These were very comfortable out of the Box and seemed to conform to my feet pretty quickly with no blisters or painful rubbing. I've been wearing them everyday for about 3 was straight now and I have to say I'm impressed. I work in electrical substations trudging through various types of gravel, up and down ladders for about 10 hours a day. By the end of my shift my feet are still not fatigued. Great support for my high arches,good ankle support. Look great. I'm an Ariat customer from here on.
September 18, 2017
Battlement Mesa, CO, United States
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So Comfortable
I bought these a couple weeks ago and I tell you what these boots have been nothing but great
September 15, 2017
Utah, United States
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