Lacrosse Gridline Plain Toe Work Boots : 450053Durable leather plus breathable 1000 Denier nylon upper for excellent durability and abrasion resistanceAbrasion resistant material covers toe and heel for increased strength and durability Also available in safety toe and plain toe versionGridline outsole features an aggressive lug pattern for superior traction on varied surfaces, 90º heel, and a non-marking oil and slip compound Fiberglass shank 6" height 2.1 lbs per pair MENS'S SIZES, SUGGEST 2 SIZES SMALLER FOR WOMEN
This Lacrosse Gridline Work Boot is made durable for those rough environments but still maintains comfort for your feet. This Lacrosse Work Boot features a Gridline outsole with an aggressive lug pattern for traction on all types of surfaces, durable leather plus breathable 1000 Denier nylon upper for excellent durability and abrasion resistant material that covers the heal and toe for increased strength and durability. Buy your Lacrosse Gridline Work Boot today...
Lacrosse Footwear has been engineering work boots and shoes, Hunting boots, and recreational boots and shoes since 1897. Lacrosse knows that people depend upon the most vital tool, their feet. Lacrosse offers a wide range of steel toe boots, composite toe boots, soft toe boots, leather boots, and rubber boots, to meet any requirement for the wearer. Lacrosse offers many technologies such as Thinsulate, Gore-Tex, Hyper-Dri, Realtree APG, and many more. Lacrosse boots are designed to take hard impact whether on the work site avoiding injury, or on the hunt avoiding a snake bite. Lacrosse has popular series such as the Extreme Tough, Adamas, Quad Comfort, Meta-Pac, Quantum, Gridline, Foreman, Silencer, Alpha SST, and the Alpha Lite.
Belleville boots are built off measurements recorded on the Brannock Device. The Brannock Device is the silver foot measuring tool found in nearly every shoe store, so an accurate measurement on that device should give you a good idea of what size Belleville boots to purchase. You can also download a printable Brannock chart from our site here.