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Avenger Women's Puncture Resistant Waterproof Composite Toe Hiker - A7123

Avenger Women's Puncture Resistant Waterproof Composite Toe Hiker - A7123
SKU: CSGBOTW1000044880
MPN: A7123
$120.99
$110.00


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    • Full Grain Crazy Horse Leather
    • Composite Safety Toe Cap
    • Pillow Cushion Insole
    • Oil & Slip Resistant Outsole
    • Waterproof Membrane Construction
    • Lenzi® Puncture Resistant Plate
    • Electrical Hazard Rated
    • 100% Metal Free
    • Meets ASTM Requirements
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  • Details
    The Avenger Women's Puncture Resistant Waterproof Composite Toe Hiker - A7123 is made of full-grain crazy horse leather and features a composite toe safety cap for extra lightweight protection. There is a pillow cushion removable insole for comfort and a direct-attach dual density PU slip and oil resistant outsole. The waterproof membrane construction locks out moisture and water from penetrating. Fully equipped with a Lenzi® puncture resistant plate for enhanced puncture protection and flexibility. There is no exposed metal to meet scratch resistant workplace requirements. Meets or exceeds ASTM F2413-11 impact/compression, puncture resistant, and EH ratings.
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  • Additional Information
    Style 4.5in
    Country Of Origin China
    Season Everyday
    Material Leather
    Product Type Shoes
    Features Electrical Hazard
    Features Oil Resistant
    Features Slip Resistant
    Features Waterproof
    Type Hiking
    Type Safety
    Type Work
    Gender Women
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Color Brown
    Toe Type Composite Toe
    Width Medium
    Width Wide
    Brand Avenger
  • 3 Reviews

    3 Reviews

    • 4
      A Good Starter Boot

      Posted by Anonymous on Aug 21st 2018

      Alright, Ladies, 3 months and a little less than 100 miles walked in these boots. (10-15 miles per week average). The Resin Sow's opinion is: A Good Starter Boot. Took me about a week and a half of off hour break in time. (Wore them before and after work, around the house, out playing with the kids, and even on a VERY wet/hell-would-be-cooler camping trip; which included 6 hour round trip drive time.) They broke in well, and really didn't leave me blistered when I was breaking them in. (I ordered a half size larger than I normally get and in wide.) They accommodate thick socks and a large ankle brace nicely. I work 12 hour shifts at a resin (the base material in plastics) plant; so I'm walking a lot, climbing in and out of a fork truck, climbing stairs, spilling chemicals, walking through chemicals, dirt, gravel, on hard concert, in glorified pole barns. I clean these boots twice a month with acetone (Yeah, nail polish remover.) And they've held up far better than I expected. The insole is nice!! Honestly, I don't need to add an insole to these boots. They are comfortable as is. Granted I take FAR better care of my boots than my co-workers; they dump their's in their lockers and forget them. When the treads build up with resin and dirt I tend to glide on tile, and avoid wool floors. However, about 40 minutes, a metal brush, a bucket of acetone, and an ice pick later... treads are damn near new. They boots get worked.... HARD! For a starter boot they're great! Will they make it the rest of the year... I doubt that highly. As far as a good steel toed boot is concerned... these were cheaper. They take the abuse well, and hold together better than I expected. They're comfortable, and roomy. I am starting to see some wear in the toe leather (because I'm kicking pallets more than I probably should to get them on a scale), and some minor splitting in the bendy areas (inside just behind the steel where my foot and the boot bend while walking). So, for like a 90-100$ boot; they're damn good, and I'm impressed. I will be getting new boots on the soon-ish; however, I'll definetly be going to RedWing/Boot Country for those. I WILL absolute order another pair of these for personal use. PS-thick ankled ladies... these are GREAT for y'all (I am a thicker ankle/calfed woman) because when I tie these good and tight (I have to or they would get pulled off my foot) they don't cut into my skin. BONUS! Hope this was helpful and y'all enjoy. <3TheResinSow

    • 5
      Very nice boot

      Posted by Nadine on Mar 29th 2018

      Pricing was comparable and/or cheaper than other sites. These are really cute and comfortable. They run true to size. I work in construction so I am walking through job sites on a daily basis all day long. These have a really good cushion and and wicking for drawing water away. So far so good, don't have an issue with them

    • 3
      Review

      Posted by Meg on Mar 14th 2018

      Boots are nice, but there is a hard spot on the inside by the small toe in both boots that is very uncomfortable. May return them. Nervous for return process/refund as part of my order was canceled and the rest took weeks to ship.

The Avenger Women's Puncture Resistant Waterproof Composite Toe Hiker - A7123 is made of full-grain crazy horse leather and features a composite toe safety cap for extra lightweight protection. There is a pillow cushion removable insole for comfort and a direct-attach dual density PU slip and oil resistant outsole. The waterproof membrane construction locks out moisture and water from penetrating. Fully equipped with a Lenzi® puncture resistant plate for enhanced puncture protection and flexibility. There is no exposed metal to meet scratch resistant workplace requirements. Meets or exceeds ASTM F2413-11 impact/compression, puncture resistant, and EH ratings.
Style 4.5in
Country Of Origin China
Season Everyday
Material Leather
Product Type Shoes
Features Electrical Hazard
Features Oil Resistant
Features Slip Resistant
Features Waterproof
Type Hiking
Type Safety
Type Work
Gender Women
Clearance Non-Clearance
Color Brown
Toe Type Composite Toe
Width Medium
Width Wide
Brand Avenger

3 Reviews

  • 4
    A Good Starter Boot

    Posted by Anonymous on Aug 21st 2018

    Alright, Ladies, 3 months and a little less than 100 miles walked in these boots. (10-15 miles per week average). The Resin Sow's opinion is: A Good Starter Boot. Took me about a week and a half of off hour break in time. (Wore them before and after work, around the house, out playing with the kids, and even on a VERY wet/hell-would-be-cooler camping trip; which included 6 hour round trip drive time.) They broke in well, and really didn't leave me blistered when I was breaking them in. (I ordered a half size larger than I normally get and in wide.) They accommodate thick socks and a large ankle brace nicely. I work 12 hour shifts at a resin (the base material in plastics) plant; so I'm walking a lot, climbing in and out of a fork truck, climbing stairs, spilling chemicals, walking through chemicals, dirt, gravel, on hard concert, in glorified pole barns. I clean these boots twice a month with acetone (Yeah, nail polish remover.) And they've held up far better than I expected. The insole is nice!! Honestly, I don't need to add an insole to these boots. They are comfortable as is. Granted I take FAR better care of my boots than my co-workers; they dump their's in their lockers and forget them. When the treads build up with resin and dirt I tend to glide on tile, and avoid wool floors. However, about 40 minutes, a metal brush, a bucket of acetone, and an ice pick later... treads are damn near new. They boots get worked.... HARD! For a starter boot they're great! Will they make it the rest of the year... I doubt that highly. As far as a good steel toed boot is concerned... these were cheaper. They take the abuse well, and hold together better than I expected. They're comfortable, and roomy. I am starting to see some wear in the toe leather (because I'm kicking pallets more than I probably should to get them on a scale), and some minor splitting in the bendy areas (inside just behind the steel where my foot and the boot bend while walking). So, for like a 90-100$ boot; they're damn good, and I'm impressed. I will be getting new boots on the soon-ish; however, I'll definetly be going to RedWing/Boot Country for those. I WILL absolute order another pair of these for personal use. PS-thick ankled ladies... these are GREAT for y'all (I am a thicker ankle/calfed woman) because when I tie these good and tight (I have to or they would get pulled off my foot) they don't cut into my skin. BONUS! Hope this was helpful and y'all enjoy. <3TheResinSow

  • 5
    Very nice boot

    Posted by Nadine on Mar 29th 2018

    Pricing was comparable and/or cheaper than other sites. These are really cute and comfortable. They run true to size. I work in construction so I am walking through job sites on a daily basis all day long. These have a really good cushion and and wicking for drawing water away. So far so good, don't have an issue with them

  • 3
    Review

    Posted by Meg on Mar 14th 2018

    Boots are nice, but there is a hard spot on the inside by the small toe in both boots that is very uncomfortable. May return them. Nervous for return process/refund as part of my order was canceled and the rest took weeks to ship.

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