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Brahma Men's Raid Steel Toe Work Boot
Brahma Men's Raid Steel Toe Work Boot:
- Man Made upper
- 6 inch Shaft
- Rubber Bottom
- Waterproof construction
- Steel Toe meets meets ASTM F2413-18
- Padded Tongue and Collar
- Slip and Oil Resistant outsole
- Comfort Footbed
Dont waste your money
Waste of money not worth it only last couple months if you actually work I have included pics I had them maybe three months!!!
Fire Marshal Bill review..
These boots are not Red Wing but they will get you by till you get your first check. For the price they are what they are. Yes I recommend them.
I got my boot crushed under some metal racking (1000 to 800lbs roughly). Great thing thou is I was wearing steel toe boots, these ones to be exact. Just minor bruises, a very panicked coworker that was lifting the steel racking with the forklift, and my reputation as "Fire Marshal Bill " still holding strong.
The boots I was wearing was the $30 steel toe boots at Walmart! They are garbage now but my cheap pair of boots saved my foot! If ever in a pinch just know those cheap boots at Walmart still will save your foot!
I am tough on my boots with welding, inside/ outside, up/down, running, being crushed..and 4 months later I got my money's worth. These will not last years maybe not even a couple months but they work and do what there are supposed to do.Vanessa
not worth the money
I bought these about 2 months ago and the bottom is already has holes in them the leather on top is tearing. I remember when brahma boots were of great quality you could spend $50 and they last at least a couple years I'd not longer. Now you buy them and your lucky if you get a couple months out of them. I've bought 4 pairs in the last year . Guess I'll have to start looking elsewhere for boots now.Donp2006
Get them. Comfortable. No need to break in.
I bought these the morning of my first day on a new job driving a concrete truck. It is been a month now and they are still amazing. I just replaced the shoelaces cuz I like my boots extra tight and have busted both laces. My socks have only gotten wet once and that was because I spilled acid on my pants and therefore drenched myself in water.Mariah
The cheapest ones out there last 6-8 months for a guy doing road construction job which is probably the most wear n tear on a pair of boots. Tried more expensive ones in the past, last the same or less. Great value.FrugalFanny