Blundstone BL142

Priced: $240.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Blundstone BL142 - Don't compromise protection, comfort or fit. Get the job done right without ending the day with sore, tire feet. Lace up the Blundstone® BL142 work boots and get on with your day.
Water-resistant leather upper.
Protective type 1 steel toe cap resists impact up to 200 joules.
Molded TPU heel guard.
Padded tongue and collar for added comfort.
Breathable, moisture-wicking lining.
PU footbed features PORON® XRD™ for extra cushioning and shock absorption with every step.
Polyurethane midsole.
SPS MAX - PORON XRD in the heel and forefoot strike zones for increased shock protection.
Steel shank for maximum torsional stability.
Slip-resistant thermo urethane outsole is highly resistant to oil, acid, organic fat, abrasion, hydrolysis and microbial attack.
Outsole is heat resistant to 284° F/ 140° C.
Wider fit for added comfort.
Certified to AS/NZS 2210.3.2009- standard and 1-ID 2815 classification.
Meets or exceeds ASTM F 2413-05 for electrical shock resistance (including clause
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Circumference:15 in
Heel Height:1 3⁄4 in
Shaft:6 1⁄2 in
Weight:1 lb 12 oz

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Blundstone BL142 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I spend long hours every day on construction sites and I love these boots. Never again will I wear another pair of the traditional, heavy, stiff work boot. These Blundstones are lighter, softer, and more flexible without giving up any of the toughness. My feet no longer finish the day hurting and I dare say that my back pain has decreased.
Charles - customer at on 10/11/2013

Neutral Reviews:

These boots are very comfortable right out of the box. However, they use a retro/old-school lacing system -- just open D-shaped eyelets for top two -- which makes it hard to cinch them down to fit just right. I'd have kept them had they employed a more current and practical lacing system, as they are well made and very comfortable. Simple styling is timeless, and they are more like a work boot than a hiking boot.
Anonymous - customer at on 11/01/2012