10″ Meindl Insulated Sierra Steel Toe Lineman

10″ Meindl Insulated Sierra Steel Toe Lineman

(2 customer reviews)

Our Insulated safety toe Sierra Boot has an added 400 grams of Thinsulate and features Hoffman’s dual steel shank system for climbing support. If your needing a safety toe boot with added insulation, check this boot out.

From: $480.00


Insulated with 400 grams of thinsulate, our new safety toe Insulated Sierra Lineman boot adds warmth for the cooler temperatures. The Sierra Meindl boot has a very supportive upper that provides excellent ankle support and stability. A waterproof bootie helps insure dryness and a removable insole adds cushion to your every step. A durable Vibram style lug sole provides traction and long time wear. This boot will meet the F2413-11 standard for safety toe and EH rating.

  • Insulated with 400 gram thinsualte
  • Safety Toe meets ASTM F2413-11 and EH rated
  • Water resistant membrane
  • 10″ upper design
  • Countour cushion insole


Although waterproof liner failure is rare in the construction of this boot, neither Hoffman’s nor Meindl will warranty the waterproofness of this boot. Order 1/2 size smaller than usual.

Note:The Meindl boot runs large. Order 1/2 size smaller than normal.

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2 reviews for 10″ Meindl Insulated Sierra Steel Toe Lineman

  1. pat.frees@gmail.com

    Rigid but tough boot. – I am an electrical lineman and use my boot hard. From asphalt roads to back county right of ways in the 100 degree heat to the snow we work in every condition and terrain out there, our job is keeping your lights on. When it comes to boots they are our most valuable recourse. I bought these boots about three years ago now and have to say when I fist bought them they were very rigid due to the double shank, so much so I had to buy a nice insole for comfort. Once I had the insoles they were fine I would say 6 out of 10 for comfort. as for the durability and water resistance they have held up to just about everything i have though at them. They are no longer water proof and the sole is coming off them but that’s after about 2 years of intense use. A few side points: I would not buy the steel toe again because it causes the leather in the front of the boot to wear out quicker and makes the front leather more susceptible to cuts. The insulation is good but not good enough for anything below freezing. These boots are very heavy and not the best for backpacking in that regard. Al in all they have been a great and very tough boot the water resistance is good and I would recommend them.

  2. mmulford.mm@gmail.com

    Awesome boot – I was a little worried when I read some reviews about stiffness and the boot being on the heavy side. Upon receiving the boot and wearing them at work as an apprentice Lineman for a week now I am blown away. I wear a 10.5- 11 in most boots and shoes so I ordered a size 10 and the sizing is perfect. They are not heavy at all compared to my other work boots and the rigid sole with shank does not affect my ability to walk with ease and comfort. I walk miles per day in these boots. When climbing I can’t even feel the stirrups of my climbers. There are no pressure points like Ive had with every other boot, these are the most comfortable thing I’ve ever put my feet into. Very stable, and extremely high quality construction and materials. Now I will see how they hold up. So far so good and I would highly recommend these boots.

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