WorkHog Patriot Work Boot
Style # P16003_M_FOOShow pride on the job with work boots styled with an American flag and camo pattern. The Workhog® Patriot's extra-wide stability shank helps keep you supported on the job. These performance work boots are engineered to provide all-around comfort and reduced foot fatigue.
- Soft toe is ASTM 2892-11 EH rated
- ATS® Max technology for stability, support and foot-fatigue reduction
- EVA midsole for shock absorption and comfort
- Sand storm camo-printed textile shaft with flag patch
- Premium full-grain leather foot
- Mesh lining
- Goodyear welt construction
- Oil- and slip-resistant Duratread™ outsole
- Self-cleaning, non-tracking outsole tread design
- 90-degree heel
- 11" shaft
- Shaft Height: 11"
- Technology Filter: ATS Max
- Certification: ASTM F2892-11 EH Rated
- Toe Shape: Wide Square
- Safety Toe: Soft Toe
WorkHog Patriot Work Boot is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Stage97x from Look great but dont hold up I bought these boots last spring and love the look! The camo tops have torn in both the front and back so you can see the backing. Ariat boots are the only boots I buy and these are the first pair that haven't lasted me over a year before wearing through. If you don't plan on wearing them everyday and want boots that look amazing buy these up. However if your like me and have a work pair and a good pair I would shy away from these and stick to more practical boots.
Date published: 2018-12-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by Train16 from Don’t buy for work I’ve Bought these boots about a week ago, I work outside, and these boots are close to done. Cool look, but not a “work” boot. This can only be considered a work boot of you have a desk job. I don’t think any boots should be labeled a work boot if they are not waterproof. I was in ankle high snow for about 2 hours and my socks were soaked. they are also starting to have loose stitching. They are good boot to wear in an office or around your house. You buy these “work boots” you will probably lose all faith in this company, which has put out great boots until this dumpster fire. Buy them for the look, nothing more. If ariat would just take the “work boot” part out of the name, this would not be an issue. It takes more then oil resistant soles to qualifiy as a work boot In my opinion. Even with water proofing the boot myself, it still does not help. So don’t buy them and think you can fix the issue on your own, cause it’s a lost cause. There are plenty of better options out there. You would just think buying a work boot for over 200 dollars, you would get a waterproof boot. I will still buy ariat cause they have been solid my entire life, but that screwed the pooch on this one. Sucks too, cause the design is awesome.
Date published: 2019-01-15