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Firefighters, tradesmen, miners, smelters, and emergency service workers all have one thing in common: they need work boots that are as tough as them and strong enough to withstand whatever they face daily. Inspired by the rough Australian outback, Mongrel boots offer working-class men the right support for when they’re on their feet all day.

There isn’t just one boot that can be used across a wide range of work situations, and nobody understands that more than Mongrel Boots. This is why they have created a range of special purpose footwear to suit different environments.

Designed to meet the needs of tradesmen requiring a tough boot that is also easy to slide on and off, the Mongrel Boot offers the latest technology combined with individual features that enhance the shoe’s ability to perform well in a specific industry.

Features of Mongrel work boots

In all Mongrel men’s work boots, the soles feature AirZone technology. This system uses trapped air from the cavity of the heel to reduce shock when striking a hard surface. This shock absorber effect also increases the comfort of the wearer.

Another characteristic is the Roller Sole, which is a specially shaped sole that creates a roller action when walking. This technology increases the comfort and safety when walking, creating a smoother motion.

The rubber soles are designed for tough work environments. Made with thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), these boots have a resistance to oil, grease and abrasions. Providing better grip, flexibility, and of course comfort, TPU also features low-temperature properties.

For more than 70 years, Mongrel Boots have been making quality footwear for Australian workers that comply with government standards. Available in a variety of colours and styles, from the iconic Black elastic sided boot to the zip-side steel-toe ankle boot, buy men and women’s work safety boots online on eBay and feel more secure when working in high-risk environments.

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