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Threshold Waterproof Work Boot

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Cat boots are built to protect. Whether it is protection from slipping, falling objects or wet feet we will have you covered. The Threshold Waterproof work boot is made with seamed seals for water protection, an incredibly slip resistant outsole that exceeds ASTM standards and full grain leather for extreme abrasion resistance. All this and a great value makes this boot hard to beat, literally.
• Waterproof
• EH
• Slip Resistant
• ERGO Technology
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Rated ASTM F2413-05 1/75 EH. Special Electric Hazard construction protects the wearer against open circuits up to 600 volts in dry conditions.
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SLIP RESISTANT
CAT Footwear with slip resistant soles
reduce the risk of slips and falls - the hazard
of low traction surfaces.
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Waterproof leathers and seam sealing
or waterproof liners keeps the wet out.
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5 5
A very comfortable work boot. So far this boot is 100% as advertised.

A very comfortable work boot.

Feb 14, 2018
So far this boot is 100% as advertised.
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5 5
Waterproof and comfortable.... Overall good product...

Waterproof and comfortable....

Jan 19, 2018
Overall good product...
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4 5
Pleased with my purchase. Lives up to my expectations. I purchased the Knightsen soft toe work boot last year and after a week of use (heavy outdoor landscaping and gardening), I went back and bought a second pair. I wish I had bought even more. The best footwear ever, for me, and I do not exaggerate. I am so frustrated that this boot is discontinued. I started doing my 5 to 7 mile walks in my "good" pair, after they were broken in, and it has been an excellent walking boot. One of the 'excellent' features is the laces that it shipped with. These are not the tube-type but a flat (not leather) lace and they do not require double-knot to remain tied. When your hands are frozen, you do not want to deal with a double knot. I have looked for these laces online and they are the devil to find. Caterpillar replied to my inquiry that they do not have them for sale and did give me any brand name guidance. Sad! So, this is a review of the next boot I bought, the Threshhold Waterproof. I wanted a walking boot and this was so described. There were a couple reviews and the one that sold me was that it was used for a two mile walk immeditely and was great. It is made of a stiff material which is, frankly, not as good as the Knighsen which has a woven instep with an underneath waterproof layer (also pliable). It has been a pretty good walking shoe, no rub issues or blister despite the stiffer material. So I can definitely recommend it. I always start my shoe fitting with 8.5M but often will end up with 9M and that's what I have for the Knightsen boot and this Threshold boot. It came with the tube laces, which have the coming-untied problem unless tightly double-knotted. I 'borrowed' the flat laces from second pair of Knightsen. One issue with a low top boot is that often the top lacing is just too high and so the tie move off the lip of the tongue and is now loose etc. The Threshold is at risk of this and so must be tied quite tightly at the top, This has not proven to be an issue of 'too tight' but boot makers should have a better idea of how boots actually work in the real world. We had ice rain this week and the sidewalks were quite slick in places. The tread was very good, although there is no tread (except studded of course) that won't slip on ice, Walking with flat foot deliberation, I did as well as I could have wanted. As for waterproof, I haven't had occasion to be in water up above the sole but going through snow etc, no issues with leakage. I can definitely recommend the shoe but I would be looking for a more pliable upper in the future.

Pleased with my purchase. Lives up to my expectations.

Jan 10, 2018
I purchased the Knightsen soft toe work boot last year and after a week of use (heavy outdoor landscaping and gardening), I went back and bought a second pair. I wish I had bought even more. The best footwear ever, for me, and I do not exaggerate. I am so frustrated that this boot is discontinued. I started doing my 5 to 7 mile walks in my "good" pair, after they were broken in, and it has been an excellent walking boot. One of the 'excellent' features is the laces that it shipped with. These are not the tube-type but a flat (not leather) lace and they do not require double-knot to remain tied. When your hands are frozen, you do not want to deal with a double knot. I have looked for these laces online and they are the devil to find. Caterpillar replied to my inquiry that they do not have them for sale and did give me any brand name guidance. Sad! So, this is a review of the next boot I bought, the Threshhold Waterproof. I wanted a walking boot and this was so described. There were a couple reviews and the one that sold me was that it was used for a two mile walk immeditely and was great. It is made of a stiff material which is, frankly, not as good as the Knighsen which has a woven instep with an underneath waterproof layer (also pliable). It has been a pretty good walking shoe, no rub issues or blister despite the stiffer material. So I can definitely recommend it. I always start my shoe fitting with 8.5M but often will end up with 9M and that's what I have for the Knightsen boot and this Threshold boot. It came with the tube laces, which have the coming-untied problem unless tightly double-knotted. I 'borrowed' the flat laces from second pair of Knightsen. One issue with a low top boot is that often the top lacing is just too high and so the tie move off the lip of the tongue and is now loose etc. The Threshold is at risk of this and so must be tied quite tightly at the top, This has not proven to be an issue of 'too tight' but boot makers should have a better idea of how boots actually work in the real world. We had ice rain this week and the sidewalks were quite slick in places. The tread was very good, although there is no tread (except studded of course) that won't slip on ice, Walking with flat foot deliberation, I did as well as I could have wanted. As for waterproof, I haven't had occasion to be in water up above the sole but going through snow etc, no issues with leakage. I can definitely recommend the shoe but I would be looking for a more pliable upper in the future.
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5 5
Flexible comfort I bought these to replace a $500 repair mephisto hiking boot that they no longer make. These compare positively to those boots. They are not quite as flexible but they are much tougher. You can still feel the ground for hiking yet they are totally waterproof. I'm going to buy another pair in case they stop making this when I need the next pair

Flexible comfort

Jan 02, 2018
I bought these to replace a $500 repair mephisto hiking boot that they no longer make. These compare positively to those boots. They are not quite as flexible but they are much tougher. You can still feel the ground for hiking yet they are totally waterproof. I'm going to buy another pair in case they stop making this when I need the next pair
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5 5
Good materials Good quality and look better than the picture

Good materials

Dec 20, 2017
Good quality and look better than the picture
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