X Rocky 1st Med Waterproof Composite Toe Boot
Footwear > Boots > Duty Boots > Rocky 1st Med Waterproof Composite Toe Boot
Rocky 1st Med Waterproof Composite Toe Boot

Rocky 1st Med Waterproof Composite Toe Boot

Item# FW405
Rocky Mfg# 911-113
  • 8" Duty Boot
  • Full-grain leather with Cordura®
  • Blood-Bourne pathogen resistant
MSRP:$154.99
$149.99
You save: $34.99 (23% off)

see price in cart
Show only markdown color/sizes: 
 

SELECT Boot Color: BLACK

Rocky 1st Med Waterproof Composite Toe Boot

Rocky waterproof construction fuses a waterproof inner layer to the shoe upper providing a barrier that keeps water out. The waterproofing lines the entire boot, ensuring complete protection. Cordura® high-performance fabric provides resistance to tears, abrasion and scuffs better than any other fabric of its kind.
  • 8" Duty Boot
  • Full-grain leather with Cordura®
  • Blood-Bourne pathogen resistant
  • F2413-05 protective toe classification
  • F2413-05 electrical hazard standardLenzi puncture-resistant plate
  • Slip-resistant rubber outsole
  • Non-metallic

You May Also Like...

Product Reviews

Rocky 1st Med Waterproof Composite Toe Boot

Rating
  •  (8 reviews)
Sort by 
Write a review +

1 2 3 4 5
Becker, MN
Unbreak-in-able
April 18, 2015

As other reviewers have said, these boots are seemigly impossible to break in. After 3 weeks I couldn't stand it anymore and gave up my feet hurt so bad.

Was this review helpful? Yes | No    Report Abuse
1 2 3 4 5
Milwaukee, WI
Cannot take hard work.
October 06, 2014

I have had these boots for 10 months. I work for a private ambulance company in Milwaukee. I personally have probably ran well over 800 calls in these boots. doing 24 on 48 off since I have had them. They broke in well... took about a week or two. Were the best boots i've had for about two months. then the whole inside liner of the boot started coming apart. The foam on the outside is coming apart. the sole is worn as if ive had them for years. I do run them hard but so does everyone else at my work with differnt boots and there all fine. Make them more durable and ill buy them forever.

Was this review helpful? Yes | No    Report Abuse
1 2 3 4 5
Wilmington, ND
Decent Boot
September 24, 2014

I have had these boots since last December (10 months) work them on 48hr shifts on the bus for three months and then put them on the shelf during warm weather (Apr-Aug) change uniform to shorts. Now I have them back on they feel good no glue problems like the ankle support I adjusted my laces then cut them short. I use a long shoehorn to help get them on. I am happy with them. I have worn about every brand out there. My favorite boots have been Danner's but for the money this Rocky seems to do the job. I really like the ankle supports and polishless nature of the materials and the reflective spots show up. You won't be disappointed. Will they wear out of course.

Was this review helpful? Yes | No    Report Abuse
1 2 3 4 5
Southern, MN
Poorly made
June 16, 2014

I am a full time EMT and have served in the Army infantry for over 12 years. I know my boots rather well. I have had these boots for only a few months working two or three 12 hour shifts a week. The boots have no give and are seem impossible to break in. The seam holding the eyelets has broken apart. These boots are uncomfortable but if like blisters get them. I would never recommend this sloppy excuse for a boot to anyone.

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful
Was this review helpful? Yes | No    Report Abuse
1 2 3 4 5
Albertville, AL
not a good boot
April 07, 2014

4th day I had the boots the ziper started getting stuck half way up the zipper,and now after 3 months it needs replaced..blue lettering started coming off the 2nd week I had the boot

Was this review helpful? Yes | No    Report Abuse