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Ariat Women's Macey Composite Toe Work Boot

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Ariat presents the Macey composite toe boot with a lace up feature. These boots are slip resistant and they have 4LR technology.

  •  5"
  • Technology Filter: 4LR
  • ASTM F2413-11 F I/75 C/75 EH Rated
  • Round
  • Composite Toe
  • 4LR

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Super Comfortable But Easily Worn With Heavy Use
I bought these after having the Tracey Waterproof for about a year that had started to widen out and have leather come off the whole front of one boot. Though I prefer a pull on style and longer shank, I wanted something with a sharper look so I figured I should get a lace up style. Seeing how comfortable and lightweight my previous Ariats were for a safety boot, I decided to purchase these. They are extremely comfortable and lightweight as the other style was. However, after owning these for about half the time I owned the Tracey Waterproof, the boot has gotten pretty loose, one of the lace hole grommets has broken and the leather has chipped off one of the toes. I can also feel the safety toes inside both boots as the lining has rubbed off inside. Granted, I work in A/C, so I walk, climb, crawl and drag myself a lot through metal shops, warehouses, attics and under house crawl spaces. So these may be perfect for someone with a less psychically demanding job. But, I was really hoping to not have to already be looking for a new boot before a year of use. (My male workmates have had Timberlands and Redwings since long before I purchased these that are in better condition than mine. Considering trying Carhartt or Timberland to see if I can get longer durability. If not, I’ll be back to Ariat solely for the extreme comfort, just with having to settle on my boots looking kinda ratty quickly. (*pics-Mine were dyed black to match my work uniform.)
December 9, 2019
St. Pete, Florida
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Comfortable & Stylish
I love these boots! Was in search of some work boots that were OSHA/MSHA approved and looked high and low for some Ariats. I had tried a few other brands but none gave me the instant satisfaction that the Macey did. I loved that the toe was not exaggerated and the shoe itself attractive. I've worn them for about a week and a half now and there was minimal breaking in and they are comfortable, no sweating.
July 6, 2018
Tucson, AZ
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My go to boot!
Love the style of these boots, they look like a regular boot but with safety features. These stand up to the industrial work environment I'm in -by the end of the year I've worn them out. So I get to purchase a pair of these almost every year due to my works shoe credit.
February 19, 2018
Portland, OR, USA
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Great Boot
I've now worn out 2 pairs of these over the last 4 years and would buy another pair if they didn't have another pair I want to try. I've been able to put them right on fresh out of the box and wear them all day. Since they are composite and not steel toe, they are like wearing a normal weight boot.
November 2, 2017
Greenville, MI, United States
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solid but stiff
Bought these boots a week ago. 3 rd day wearing them at work. So stiff hard to break in still getting blisters but I'm hoping that won't last much longer. They seem like solid boots comfortable heal has a cushion in it. I would have liked this in a wide toe as the toe is a bit narrow.
July 11, 2017
Port Orchard, WA, United States
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solid but stiff
Bought these boots a week ago. 3 rd day wearing them at work. So stiff hard to break in still getting blisters but I'm hoping that won't last much longer. They seem like solid boots comfortable heal has a cushion in it. I would have liked this in a wide toe as the toe is a bit narrow.
July 11, 2017
Port Orchard, WA, United States
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By far the best brand of work boots I've ever owned! Not many companies make decent work boots for females. This shoe is the same as the Canyon but just with a composite toe. The soles have a great thick cushion that doesn't flatten out over time and a great heel. I stand on concrete all day with no problem. The composite toe is nice and slim. I also own a pair of Ariat Canyon work boots and absolutely love them - I wear them everywhere. Caterpillar and Redwing boots don't even compare to the Ariat brand!
April 18, 2017
MN, United States
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Perfect Multi-purpose Boot!
The only non-clunky composite-toe women's boot I could find ANYWHERE. Wanted a boot for riding (that protects my toes around the clumsier horses when I dismount BUT fits in stirrups, safety at work (around heavy equipment, slick surfaces), and comfort at the barn and after hours- because I didn't want to buy three different pairs of boots! Excellent comfort (could stand in them all day.) Excellent grip. I even hike in them. And did I mention they look great? Thank you Ariat for fulfilling a consumer need!
March 31, 2015
Gunnison, CO, United States
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Now my feet are as happy at work as they are at the barn!
The non-skid soles work well without being knobby. The boots don't look good. I am glad to have the protection at work AND the comfort oftheAriat footbed.They're verynicely constructed, too.
January 31, 2014
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Poor workmanship
I wore the Cascade steel toe for many years until they were discontinued. Why try to fix something that isn't broken?They were the perfect steeltoeforwomen!I've sincetried at least four ofthe newere'versions' of the Ariat steel toe - NOT IMPRESSED!
January 31, 2014
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