Gear: 10" Structural/T.R.I./ Wildland Boot

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10" Structural/T.R.I./ Wildland Boot

Thorogood Fire
Category: Turnout & Duty Gear
Subcategory: Boots
Price: $225.00
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Description:

# Upper: Black Boulder WATERPROOF, FLAME, and Cut Resisting Leather With Scuff-Resisting "Shark Skin" Leather Toe # Construction: Goodyear Storm Welt # Outsole: Thorogood # Lining: Comfort Weave / Sympatex® WATERPROOF Barrier, Blood Borne Pathogen Compliant # Insole: Polyurethane Removable Insert on Flexible Double Rubber # Midsole: Rubber # Shank: Steel Triple Ladder Shank # Special Features: I-Met Metatarsal Protection. L-Protection™ Puncture-Resisting Insole Material. This utility and rescue and recovery protective ensemble footwear element meets the requirements of NFPA 1951, Standard on Protective Ensembles for Technical Rescue Incidents, Current Edition. ASTM F 2413-05 M/I/75/C/75 Steel Toe. Electrical Hazard. Tested For and Meets CAN/CSA-Z195 18,000 Volts Electrical Shock Resistance Standard. Made in USA by ISO 9001 Certified Shoe Company.

Member Reviews

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    chain1douglas, Sat, 17 Nov 2007 01:05:56 UTC.
    1st review

    While I was looking through the gear link and I happened to come across a pair of boots made by a company whose boots I have not had much luck with so rather than bashing that brand I decided to write an review of a pair that I know about. Now I bought a pair of these for my first season of wildland firefighting for a price I believed was already too much. After breaking them inn and after 2 months of bruising, blistering and blood I finally forked out over 400 dollars for a pair of whites. I give it two stars because despite my bad experience they would make an alright pair of department boots but if you spend months at a time hiking up grueling terrain learn from my mistake and stick with White's or Nick's!!!

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    Firemansam, Thu, 06 Dec 2007 18:22:43 UTC.

    These are the best duty boots I have had so far. The wildland aspect of these boots where lost on me when I was wearing them on a small 80 acre brush fire with mild inclines. They did not perform well. As to the structire aspect of these boots the are amazing! I range of movement and flexability along with the built in saftey features are what I am looking for in a Zip Up structure boot. I also wear them when I'm on my ambulance shift so when we are in and out of structures or crashed vehicles the saftey and flezability are their as well. A truly great product for structure fightfighting and EMS.

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    joshcarey74, Sun, 10 Feb 2008 23:29:18 UTC.

    THESE BOOTS ARE OKAY FOR STATION BOOTS OR FLAT AREAS. I WORE THEM IN FLORIDA ON A DEPLOYMENT AND THEY DID WELL. THEN I WORE THEM IN COLORADO ON STEEP TERRIAN, I WILL NEVER DO THAT AGIAIN. EVEN WITH WOOL SOCKS AND INSERTS MY FEET WERE COVERED WITH SORES AND BLISTERS. FOR THE UPCOMING SEASON I WILL BE WEARING A PAIR OF WHITES.

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    sandy2501, Fri, 07 Aug 2009 15:07:13 UTC.

    ok

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