Rugged Flex 8 Wheat Side Soft Toe (Carhartt) CMF8058

$149.99
Carhartt
Waterproof Breathable Protection
Electrical Hazard Protection
Rugged Flex 8 Wheat Side Soft Toe (Carhartt)
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Returns

Full refunds or exchanges are available for items returned within 90 days of original purchase.

Please return items to:

The Workwear Store
ATTN: RETURNS
5745 McWhinney Blvd
Loveland CO, 80538

  • Please ensure original tags are still intact.
  • Clothing must not be worn or washed.
  • Include a copy of the packing list you received with your order. Be sure to fill out the section for returns/exchanges so we will know what to do when we receive your returned Carhartt merchandise.
  • If you don't have your packing slip, you can sign in and print one out or print a generic return form here. We'll ship your replacement item or issue a credit once we receive your returned items.

If you exchange an item, we'll cover the shipping cost of getting the new item to you (U.S. orders only). Please understand that there may be cases where additional shipping charges apply, for instance if you exchange a couple Carhartt shirts for a much heavier item like Carhartt work boots. Original shipping charges are not included in a refund. Carhartt clothing items may also be returned or exchanged in person at our retail locations

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Wheat oil tanned leather. Cement constructred with Carhartt rubber outsole.
EVA midsole with PU strobel pad and PU with foam cushion insole. Rubber toe and heel bumper. Storm Defender® waterproof breathable membrane.
Jack of All Trades
Spencer Whiteman US
02/26/2019
Verified Buyer
True To Size Carhartt
"Warm, stylish, comfortable, and most importantly durable. I've had these boots for about 6 months now and wear them every day, all the while beating the snot out of them at work & my daily commutes. They look better than they did when I got them and have aged beautifully. If you work indoors you may find your feet too warm, but can your feet really be too warm? Didn't think so. 100/100"
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