Iron Age IA0190 Immortalizer

10" Waterproof Wellington | Lime and Crack Resistant Work Boot

$155.99

$155.99

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It's not easy to find a boot that will stand up to the harsh conditions of concrete job sites and the ranch. Fear not, the Immortalizer, with it's crack-resisting leather upper, fights against lime and ammonia found in mortar and concrete slurry. It also fights against acids and chemicals on the ranch and farm. The easy clean outsole means that you can scrape off the sludge at the end of the day. Or, just leave your boots at the doorstep.

Tough Stuff

Iron Age Tough Work Boots meets ASTM F2413 Safety Standards
    • ASTM F2413
      Meets all standards for Safety Footwear. You Know, if That's Something You Care About.
      Tough Against Everything.

Iron Age Composite Toe
    • Composite Toe
      Light and Non-Conductive to both Heat and Electricity. Sounds Good? Sounds Good.
      Tough Against Cold.
      Tough Against Heavy Objects.
      Tough Against Electricity.

Iron Age Electrical Hazard Protection
    • Electrical Hazard Protection
      Like A Second Skin. One That Protects You From Live Circuits and Wires.
      Tough Against Electricity.

    • Scuff Tough Hi-Abrasion Heel and Toe Areas
      Okay, it can be Scuffed, but it's really, really hard to do. So keep on Kicking.
      Tough Against Wear and Tear

    • Bootbed Dual Layered Memory Foam Removable Footbed Insole

    • Crack Resisting Leather and Easy Clean Outsole

    • Moisture-wicking nylon gets moisture out. A Hydrotex waterproof membrane keeps it out. All of it. 

Designed Tough For

  • Brick Workers

  • Concrete Workers

  • Masons

Tough Against

  • Concrete and Mortar

  • Chemicals and Oils

  • Water and Mud

  • Slush and Snow

  • Oily and Slick Surfaces

Tough Measures

Slip: Toughest

Oil: Toughest

Metal Chips: Toughest

Heat: Toughest

Abrasion: Toughest

Chemicals: Toughest

Tough On

Steve S., John Smith Masonry, St. Louis, MO
 "Very impressed! No issues on a rough urban hospital project in lots of winter and rain...around constant mortar. These are holding up much better than previous boots to the mortar."