Ariat Men's WorkHog XT Coil Woodsmoke Chocolate Square Carbon Toe Work Boot


Style #AR0029513

$219.99 Original Price


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Ariat presents these Workhog XT Coil square carbon toe work boots. These work boots are in a woodsmoke brown and are 12" total in height. They are made of premium full-grain leather, have an ATS MAX insole and a duratread outsole. They feature mesh lining, goodyear welt, shock-absorbing EVA midsole, a u-turn entry system and are slip and oil resistant. ASTM F2413-18 M/I/C EH Rated.

  • 12" Total in Height 
  • Woodsmoke Brown 
  • Premium Full-Grain Leather
  • Wide Square Toe 
  • Carbon Toe 
  • ATS MAX Insole 
  • Duratread Outsole 
  • Mesh Lining 
  • Goodyear Welt 
  • Shock-Absorbing EVA Midsole 
  • Slip & Oil Resistant 
  • U-Turn Entry System 
  • ASTM F2413-18 M/I/C EH Rated 



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Rated 3 out of 5
This is going to be long winded.
This covers 2 pair over 35 months at two jobs. I will start by saying these are the most comfortable boots I have ever worn. I generally wear them from the time I’m awake until I’m done doing things for the day(12-18 hours at least. I don’t own shoes I wear them for everything. First job was industrial maintenance in a grocery wear house 10 hour days. Walking 3-5 miles on concrete, grating, machinery, and rollers. Most of that was 33° with a good portion of -10° and -20°. The sole on the XT’s are a bit softer helping with comfort and a little better flexibility in the freezer. However any work boot sole at that temp is going to stiffen up. Second job as HVAC Tech. Not a lot of difference, but a lot more of outside/rooftop work. The first pair lasted me 20 months until the inside lining ripped apart making it extremely difficult to get off. I still have them and wear them when they’re going to get trashed. The second pair I’ve been wearing for 15 months and seem to be holding up the same. The biggest problem I’ve had out of both pair is right around the 12 month period the bottom of the soles crack and also where the stitching is combining the soles. These boots are not waterproof but it takes a lot to get your feet wet until they’re cracked. First job did not matter hardly ever worked in wet conditions. Second job I stand in a lot of puddles. If they could fix the cracking I’d have a lot better opinion of them. Like I said they are the most comfortable boot I’ve ever owned. Currently own 1 pair ariat cowboy boots(worn 2 years casually hardly wear them anymore), 1 pair workhog steel toes(marine desert camo American flag I wear as dress boots), 1 pair workhog composite toe (starting to break in), 1 pair workhog ventek XT’s (the pair I wore for 20 months), 3 pair of the model this review is under ( 1 pair I’ve worn for 15 months the other 2 new still in the box). All in all they’re freaking comfortable I just whish they held up longer. I always figured $100 dollars a year, and these are a little shy of that. Going to give the composite workhogs a go to see if they last any longer. However they are not as comfortable. Break in on the XT’s weren’t horrible. I’d wear them all shift and by the end of the 3rd shift they were pretty flexible. The regular workhogs are seeking a bit more tougher.
August 25, 2021
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