Thorogood 10

Thorogood 10" Wildland Fire Boot with Removable Lace-In Zipper

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Thorogood 10" Wildland Fire Boot with Removable Lace-In Zipper

$265.00
Product Code:
834-6373

Footwear Size:
12
Footwear Width:
M
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Made In USA
UPPER: Black Boulder Leather. FLAME and Cut-Resisting Leather with Scuff-Resisting "Shark-Skin" Leather Toe and Heel Counter
CONSTRUCTION: Goodyear Storm Welt
OUTSOLE: Thorogood's Exclusive Vibram ® FIRE Sole
LINING: Dri-lex ® Tongue, Comfort Weave Vamp
INSOLE: Removable Felt Footbed
MIDSOLE: Rubber and Leather
SHANK: Steel Triple Ladder Shank
SPECIAL FEATURES: Meets the Requirements of NFPA 1977 Protective Clothing and Equipment for Wildland Fire Fighting, Current Edition. UL Certified. Lace-in YKK Duty zipper. Made in USA by ISO 9001 Certified Shoe Company.

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  • Q:

    I was wandering what is the fire temperature rate for this boots because when I go out and fight fires half of my time is spent in real hot areas?
    Asked on 3/30/2015 by randy from klamath falls oregon

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      A:

      Randy, we don't have that information, we do know to meet the NFPA Standard, the boot has to pass a 3rd party test. They will have to be placed inside a oven to a certain temperature for a certain amount of time, the structural fire standard is 500 degrees for 5 minutes, we don't know if the wildfire standard is any different or the same.

      Answered on 4/22/2015 by Bg
  • Q:

    Are these boots able to be resoled or rebuilt. If not what would you recommend as a boot that could be rebuilt or resoled and able to have a lace up zipper. Looking for something to have for the volunteer department I work for that I could just jump into and go when responding to wildfires rather than having to fumble around lacing up my boots. I have a pair of Nicks Hotshots that I use for my full time job with BLM but dont like to wear the boots 24/7. And would like to have a pair that I could just keep at the station.
    Asked on 3/8/2015 by Caveman from Alturas, CA

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      A:

      Good morning,
      We sent your question to Thorogood for their input and this is what they told us;
      Yes 834-6373 can be resoled because it is a goodyear welt construction. We do offer resoling in our factory, but it is very expensive. You would be better off taking the boot to a good shoe repair shop and they can do it for a lot less money.
      Hope this is the answer you were looking for.

      Answered on 3/13/2015 by Bg
  • Q:

    Would these be ordered as compared to tennis shoe or boot size?
    Asked on 4/30/2014 by Jason from Bastrop, TX

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      A:

      Hi Jason, if it were me looking to purchase these boots I would go with my sneaker size.

      Answered on 5/1/2014 by Bg
  • Q:

    How much do these boots weigh (per pair)?
    Asked on 3/7/2014 by Steve from Lexington, SC

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      A:

      Steve, they weigh 6.5 Lbs.

      Answered on 3/11/2014 by Bg
  • Q:

    Are these boots good to be used in a cold climate for construction? What is the insulation rating? What temperature will they be comfortible before the cold is felt?
    Asked on 12/7/2013 by Gary from New York New York

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      A:

      Gary, these boots are made to worn by the fire fighter that is fighting the wildland fires, and can be worn as an EMS station boot. We don't have any insulation or temperature ratings. They are a well made boot, made in the USA, very comfortable and all, but I don't know if I would by them for construction work, sorry.

      Answered on 12/12/2013 by Bg
  • Q:

    How wide is Xwide?
    Asked on 10/6/2013 by Ken from SoCal

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      A:

      Ken, W = E width, and XW = EEE width,

      Answered on 10/9/2013 by Butch
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