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From oily workshop floors to muddy farm fields and everywhere in between, the Marin 6” Comp Toe is built for workers across a variety of trades. As our bestselling boot of all time, the Marin features a barnyard-resistant leather sourced from Texas steer, and a fully waterproof build that’s loaded with hard-wearing durability. With next-level protection engineered into every inch of the boot, the Marin comes fully equipped with an innovative slip-, oil-, and heat-resistant rubber outsole and a lightweight and non-metallic composite toe. It’s an innovative approach to the classic moc-toe wedge style that over delivers on comfort every time you lace them up.

  • 6” Height
  • Nano Composite Safety Toe
  • Fully Waterproof Build
  • Electrical Hazard Rated
  • Slip + Oil Resistant
  • 572˚F Heat-Resistant Sole
  • Meets ASTM F2413-18 Standards
  • 8” build provides extra ankle support with added protection against sparks, mud, and wet conditions
  • Our non-metallic composite safety toe offers a great fit, does not conduct heat/cold, and is 15% lighter than steel
  • Built with a breathable waterproof membrane and waterproof leather to lock out moisture and keep your feet dry
  • Industry leading BRUNT rubber outsole is oil and slip-resistant and high-heat resistant up to 572°F/300°C
  • Electrical hazard (EH) provides a secondary source of protection for accidental contact with live electrical circuits
  • Barnyard-resistant leather helps resist the damaging effects of oleic acid, urea, sodium chloride and ammonium hydroxide
  • BRUNT leathers are sourced from USA Texas steer—the highest quality hides available
  • Pass-through or wrap-around lace hooks with heavy-duty eyelets
  • Reinforced double- and triple-stitching at stress points
  • Outsole and midsole meet ASTM D47-06 903 oil and isooctane chemical-resistant standards
  • Meets ASTM F2413-18 M I/75 C/75 EH standards
  • Meets ASTM F2913-19 SATRA non-slip testing standards
  • Meets ASTM F1677-96 Mark II non-slip testing standards
  • Imported