Style # WORKHOG_TREK_8_H2_M_FOO
Workhog Trek 8" H2O
Workhog Trek 8" H2O
The Workhog Trek 8 H20 packs all the superior performance features of Ariats top-of-the-line work footwear into a lace-up boot with trek styling and advanced waterproof protection. Waterproof Pro Construction combines waterproof premium full-grain leathers with an impermeable barrier for total protection in wet environments. Mesh lined. 90-degree heel Built on the Workhog Stability Platform, which delivers all-around comfort and reduces foot fatigue. 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 and 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 with aggressive tread design provides wear and abrasion resistance.
- Size Foot: EE: 7-12, 13, 14
- Shaft Height: 8"
- Technology Filter: ATS MAX
- Toe Shape: ROUND
- Waterproof: WATERPROOF PRO
- Technology: ATS Max
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Workhog Trek 8" H2O is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by WillD from Superbly comfortable, stable, and supportive. I have had these boots for a little over three weeks now. My favorite pair of work boots to date. I get the stability and traction of a hiking boot along with the all-day comfort from the ATS technology to work on the concrete or the gravel. When I want to go with a lace-up instead of a Western, this is the perfect boot for my lifestyle. Plus, they're waterproof!
Date published: 2014-02-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by Sergeant from Not a work boot. If you do any serious work in rough conditions this is not the boot for you. I work in the concrete business and after 3 months of wearing these boots I've already had to put glue where the leather meets the sole. The tread on the bottom looks mean but it does not hold up to rough terrain like broken up concrete and it just gets shredded. The leather parts are really soft and they get sliced open very easily. These boots are comfortable, I will give them that, but that is only after I put in a Georgia Boot AMP insole in them. I work with several other people who all wear all sorts of brands of boots and the bottom line is that there really isn't a boot that will hold up to concrete work for very long (and we all wear rubber boots for the actual wet concrete work), but for as much as I paid for these boots they should last longer than they do.
Date published: 2015-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by JeffO from Total garbage I bought a pair of these 2 months ago and the toe is separating. To call these work boots is stretching it little. You would think a guy could buy a pair of "work" boots for $180 and get more than a couple months out of them.
Date published: 2016-02-19