Iron Age Work Boots
Iron Age has been making tough, durable boots for a long time. Iron Age first appeared as they and the nation prepared for World War I. In 1918, hard-fiber toe caps were introduced to their protective shoes. In 1925 Iron Age were one of the first boot-makers to utilize brand new steel-toe technology. And as America grew, so did Iron Age. Built for dirt, sweat, and grit, their steel was found at worksites across the country. In a world of war, industry, and danger, we thrived. It's not always been an easy road, but Iron Age is proud to still be kicking. Tough then. Tough now. The work hasn’t changed, so neither have they.
Iron Age Backstop IA5500 Men's Steel Toe Puncture Resistant Work Boot
Iron Age Groundbreaker Men's Safety Toe Industrial Boot
Iron Age Immortalizer IA0190 Men's Pull-on Comp Toe Waterproof Work Boot
Iron Age Immortalizer IA0171 Men's 8" Comp Toe Waterproof Work Boot
Iron Age Solidifier Men's Pull-on EH Comp Toe Waterproof Work Boot - IA5090
Iron Age Solidifier Men's 8" EH Comp Toe Waterproof Work Boot - IA5082
Iron Age Solidifier Men's 6" EH Comp Toe Waterproof Work Boot - IA5062
Iron Age Groundbreaker Men's Lace-up Safety Toe Industrial Boot
Iron Age Trencher IA5007 Men's Comp Toe Work Boot 100% Non-Metallic
Iron Age Hauler IA0180 Hauler Men's Industrial & Construction Shoe
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Old School Tough
Back when Iron Age started, work boots were pretty simple--steel toe, and tough leather. Those core ingredients are still the same, if not tougher, but they have learned a few tricks since then. Check 'em out now to see all the ways Iron Age helps you outlast the job.
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