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Carolina Men's 10" Waterproof Linesman Boots - CA904 & CA1904

Carolina Men's 10" Waterproof Linesman Boots - CA904 & CA1904
SKU: CSGBOTM1000016662
MPN: CA904
$235.99
$209.99


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    • Cork Harness Leather Upper
    • Waterproof SCUBALINER™
    • Taibrelle Lined
    • Removable AG7™ Footbed
    • EH Rated
    • Welt Construction
    • Vibram™ Outsole
    • CA904 (Soft Toe) & CA1904 (Composite Toe)
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$235.99
$209.99
  • Details
    Enjoy the solid construction and protection from electrical hazard offered by the Carolina Men's 10-inch Waterproof Linesman Boots CA904 and CA1904 available at Discount Safety Gear. Built with a cork harness leather upper, these linesman boots come with a polyurethane comfort system that includes enhanced arch support and a patented moisture management system. The boots have a removable AG7 footbed and Taibrelle lining. Available in either soft toe or composite toe, both with a waterproof scubaliner, the Carolina men's boots come in 11 sizes between Size 8 and Size 14. They come with free shipping with an order to Discount Safety Gear.
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  • Additional Information
    Color Name Brown
    Style 10in
    Country Of Origin China
    Season Everyday
    Material Leather
    Product Type Boots
    Features Electrical Hazard
    Features Lined
    Features Waterproof
    Type Work
    Gender Men
    Clearance Non-Clearance
    Color Brown
    Toe Type Soft Toe
    Toe Type Composite Toe
    Width Wide
    Width Medium
    Brand Carolina
  • 4 Reviews

    4 Reviews

    • 4
      Could be better...

      Posted by bklyn_linesman on Nov 12th 2018

      I've have both black and brown (3rd pair) in this style...immediately re-soled with Vibram's Tacomas. Carolina could have 'upped' the quality of both the bottoms as well as the uppers on the brown model rather than importing them. Not a very long break-in period - holds up really well when treated or oiled (helps the breaking in process) to keep the water out...more comfortable with aftermarket insoles. Uppers will crack if not oiled periodically but that's just the nature of leather.

    • 2
      The most uncomfortable pair of boots I've ever had

      Posted by Blood on Feb 9th 2017

      I work 8 to 12 hour days 5 days a week and I got these boots for this year's replacements. They seem strong, durable and I love the look of them. The first day I put them on they seemed fine But after a full day of with I just can't stand to wear them. Now wearing them a week to try to break them in with no prevail. I can only bear to wear them for a few hours then my feet are howling and I have to suffer the rest of the day with them. I absolutely wish I could send them back.

    • 4
      Not what they used to be

      Posted by Anonymous on Sep 27th 2016

      I had the same pair of boots in black about ten years ago. I still have them and they're awesome nice and broken in. The new pair are good but you can tell the difference. For example, the new pair are not made in USA, the quality just isn't there anymore. The vibram sole feels like it's made from a cheap plastic composite. Totally different from the old pair. I bought my old pair for nearly half the price and received a much better quality boot. I doubt I will repurchase this brand again. I should've bought red wings instead. They're still made in the good ole USA.

    • 4
      Decent boots

      Posted by Adam on Jun 6th 2015

      My last pair of boots were Carolinas, model #9821. They lasted me 2 seasons of tree work which I thought was pretty impressive considering the price (about $130). I decided to upgrade to a better climbing boot & ordered these a couple weeks back. They have the better outsole, the composite toe, which is nice & claim to have stronger shanks (im not gonna tear em apart to check lol). They dont seem to be made quite as well though. I already have a loose eyelet & they're not even broken in yet. No big deal but my 2 year old, beat up, worn out boots never had that problem. Overall they seem pretty decent but i guess only time will tell if i'll buy these again or go back to the old ones

Enjoy the solid construction and protection from electrical hazard offered by the Carolina Men's 10-inch Waterproof Linesman Boots CA904 and CA1904 available at Discount Safety Gear. Built with a cork harness leather upper, these linesman boots come with a polyurethane comfort system that includes enhanced arch support and a patented moisture management system. The boots have a removable AG7 footbed and Taibrelle lining. Available in either soft toe or composite toe, both with a waterproof scubaliner, the Carolina men's boots come in 11 sizes between Size 8 and Size 14. They come with free shipping with an order to Discount Safety Gear.
Color Name Brown
Style 10in
Country Of Origin China
Season Everyday
Material Leather
Product Type Boots
Features Electrical Hazard
Features Lined
Features Waterproof
Type Work
Gender Men
Clearance Non-Clearance
Color Brown
Toe Type Soft Toe
Toe Type Composite Toe
Width Wide
Width Medium
Brand Carolina

4 Reviews

  • 4
    Could be better...

    Posted by bklyn_linesman on Nov 12th 2018

    I've have both black and brown (3rd pair) in this style...immediately re-soled with Vibram's Tacomas. Carolina could have 'upped' the quality of both the bottoms as well as the uppers on the brown model rather than importing them. Not a very long break-in period - holds up really well when treated or oiled (helps the breaking in process) to keep the water out...more comfortable with aftermarket insoles. Uppers will crack if not oiled periodically but that's just the nature of leather.

  • 2
    The most uncomfortable pair of boots I've ever had

    Posted by Blood on Feb 9th 2017

    I work 8 to 12 hour days 5 days a week and I got these boots for this year's replacements. They seem strong, durable and I love the look of them. The first day I put them on they seemed fine But after a full day of with I just can't stand to wear them. Now wearing them a week to try to break them in with no prevail. I can only bear to wear them for a few hours then my feet are howling and I have to suffer the rest of the day with them. I absolutely wish I could send them back.

  • 4
    Not what they used to be

    Posted by Anonymous on Sep 27th 2016

    I had the same pair of boots in black about ten years ago. I still have them and they're awesome nice and broken in. The new pair are good but you can tell the difference. For example, the new pair are not made in USA, the quality just isn't there anymore. The vibram sole feels like it's made from a cheap plastic composite. Totally different from the old pair. I bought my old pair for nearly half the price and received a much better quality boot. I doubt I will repurchase this brand again. I should've bought red wings instead. They're still made in the good ole USA.

  • 4
    Decent boots

    Posted by Adam on Jun 6th 2015

    My last pair of boots were Carolinas, model #9821. They lasted me 2 seasons of tree work which I thought was pretty impressive considering the price (about $130). I decided to upgrade to a better climbing boot & ordered these a couple weeks back. They have the better outsole, the composite toe, which is nice & claim to have stronger shanks (im not gonna tear em apart to check lol). They dont seem to be made quite as well though. I already have a loose eyelet & they're not even broken in yet. No big deal but my 2 year old, beat up, worn out boots never had that problem. Overall they seem pretty decent but i guess only time will tell if i'll buy these again or go back to the old ones

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