Composite Toe Grindstone Lineman Boot

Composite Toe Grindstone Lineman Boot

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The New Hoffman Composite Toe Grindstone is a solid choice for a pull-on style work
boot with a hint of style. The 5 ½ oz. leather upper is designed to offer
comfort and longevity. Their easy on, easy off performance
makes this style of a boot a favorite for guys looking for
a boot with no laces. A waterproof membrane is added
to keep you dry no matter what the weather is doing.
A durable Vibram work sole, re-enforced triple ribbed
climbing shank and a heavy duty mid-sole are
added to provide stability and support. Waterproof
heel counters, cushion insoles and a square toe
design for extra width make this pull-on an instant
favorite. The Grindstone is available with a composite toe and is
ASTM 2413-11 certified and EH rated.

From: $330.00

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 17 × 7 × 17 in
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  1. (verified owner)

    Hoffman boots – Ok

  2. (verified owner)

    Not same quality of previous boots. – 6 months of just wearing, no climbing or extreme working and soles are separating.  But they are past warranty so I’ll be responsible for repairs.  Not impressed.  Have worn Hoffman boots over last 20 yrs and never had a pair fall apart in just a few months.


    Grindstone boot disappointment. – So I’ll start out saying I have LOVED my last 3 pairs of Hoffman dri-line boots, comfortable and ALWAYS kept my feet DRY! Each set lasted around 3 years before the sole stitching broke, most likely due to lack of oiling on my part. Had my last pair of Dri-lines rebuilt but wasn’t told when they are rebuilt the waterproof lining no longer works which equals miserable wet feet. So right after paying for rebuilt boots I turned around a bought a pair of waterproof slip on grindstone boots. What would be better then a pair of waterproof slip on climbing boots! But about 6 months in they leak water, ALOT. Then about 8 months in the tread started to peel off the sole. Now a year and 5 months later half of the tread is falling off. The boot warranty is only 90 days. Pretty DISSAPOINTING for a $305 pair of boots. I’ve had $200 Justin boots last longer and do better. I won’t ever buy the grind stones again. Lineman boots and equipment are expensive, so you expect these things to last. I might but another pair of Dri-lines but until the disappoint fades I think Justin or Ariat has my money. Which is frustrating because I try to support USA and Union made but I also need quality for my money which isn’t earned easy.

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