Crafter Brown Composite Toe NMT 8"
Zero break-in time, no hot spots, and plenty of room in the toes - these are just a few of the things you'll notice after a day spent in our Crafter work boots. Spend some more time in them and you’ll appreciate the durability of the triple-stitched, oiled nubuck leather and the waterproof protection of the Danner Dry liner; but it’s the extra-plush DCS footbed that you’ll appreciate long after you’ve called it a day.
Nubuck Oiled Leather Upper
Danner take's its top-grain, velvet-like nubuck and oil it to improve its water resistance. This leather upper is extremely durable , while offering a shorter and more comfortable break-in period.
100% waterproof barrier allows moisture to escape without letting water in, keeping your feet dry and comfortable all day long.
Electrical Hazard (EH) Protection
Electrical hazard (EH) footwear is manufactured with non-conductive electrical shock resistant soles and heels.
Composite Toe (NMT)
Danner's composite toe is non-metallic, does not transmit heat or cold, nor will it set off metal detectors. As expected, it meets or exceeds ASTM F2413-18 M I/75 C/75 EH standards.
With a molded thermoplastic polyurethane cup for added arch support and a super cushioning heel for increased shock absorption, this footbed provides exceptional comfort. Air vents provide increased breathability and a mesh top cover allows quick drying.
Added safety for boots used on steep terrain, climbing in and out of equipment, and use with certain tools.
Danner Comfort System
Combining the benefits of a lightweight cup sole with a patent-pending, dual density footbed, this construction method focuses on everyday comfort.
How It Fits
Designed for optimal comfort, the DCP last was built around our patent-pending, ultra-plush footbed. It runs true-to-size with a broader toe box for a more athletic and responsive fit.
|Weight||59 oz per pair|
|Traction||Oil & Slip Resistant|
|Best For||All-Around Work|
|Certification||ASTM F2413-11 M I/75 C/75 EH|
|Toe Protection||Composite Toe (NMT)|