Many of our Caterpillar work shoes incorporate advanced features, like electrical hazard ratings and waterproof treatments, to ensure maximum safety and comfort wherever your work takes you. I'll be replacing them soon, because they offer absolutely no water protection anymore. But I certainly won't spend that kind of money for boots to last 6-10 months. I bought this pair of safety boots and put them on the 1st time today 17-03-2015. How do you maintain your Caterpillar footwear? Well, they say built tough, but I wanna say built for 1 months.
Long story short expensive poor quality materials, made in Vietnam. Please guys do not experience what I am dealing with. I purchased online with my bank card, so I am a verified buyer. At ConsumerAffairs we love to hear from both consumers and brands; please never hesitate to. Your Caterpillar work boots and shoes are designed and constructed with the intent to be worn for work, including in rugged environments, and they will get dirty and need to be cleaned. You'll think they made it out of cardboard. Original review: March 4, 2018 When I saw that these boot were affiliated with Caterpillar, I automatically assumed they would be designed and constructed of quality materials, craftsmanship, and design.
All three pair were bought thru sears. I lost the receipt when I recycled the box so the dealer won't help me out so now they are screwed to the lunch room wall so all the guys can see the quality and avoid buying them. I contact customer service but they had a lot of questions and want me to send pictures to show what the problem is. They hurt my feet and then I couldn't stand them anymore. I am to say that I am a regular and honest customer of Caterpillar apparels and shoes. Applying water and stain-resistant spray may help to ward off unsightly stains. Absolute junk and giving them one star is being generous.
This pair is three months old and starting to come apart. Nevertheless the rubber material on the shoe is cracking apart and falling off. What a disgrace and reputation tarnished for this name. This steel-toe boot is designed to provide a flexible toe guard. Been wearing boots in the same job for 35 years and have never seen that happen. Here I am 3 months later and they are completely falling apart.
Following periods of heavy-duty use of your boots, moisten a clean cloth with leather cleaner or a mixture of warm water and mild soap. I have had other style caterpillar boots that literally fell apart within a couple months. Unfortunately the shoe soles are getting torn critically. I even put waterproofing on three times and have wet socks. It features iTechnology construction, an Ortholite sock liner, and mesh nylon lining for breathability. They are also meant to provide chemical and heat resistance.
I bought Cattepiller boots for 6 years and this last pair was the baddest pair ever - it didn't last me 10 months. I have been around Caterpillar products starting clear back to when my father had his first Cable Blade D8, after which he purchased several newer models. Instead of having some quality boot company such as Chippewa manufacture a quality product to bear the Caterpillar name, instead it is manufactured in China with the cheapest labor and materials that can be sourced. Warm, and durable, but now it may be time to change. I wear them at work just walking around - no heavy use.
Original review: July 11, 2017 I received a black pair of Caterpillar boots from a friend as she knows I love them. Only negatives, it can be harsh on wide feet people, the undersole gets stones in it and dirt enters through the top. Simply do not buy them at all or recommend your mates if you do, you are gonna lose your friend forever. The rest and leather held up great. For more information about reviews on ConsumerAffairs. They lasted 9 working days before the soles fell off.
As the cheap safety boots hurt my feet, I have some bruises at the back of both my legs. Already the stitching has came apart. Got a other pair and after a month I get this. Advertisements on this site are placed and controlled by outside advertising networks. The waterproof membrane has turned a loose and comes out of boot when I take it off, poor quality! They're more expensive now but not even as good as the ones I used to own. We hope you like Caterpillar Shoes, a sweet, rhyming bedtime story about a kindly caterpillar who decides to give his beloved shoes away to his woodland friends before turning into a beautiful butterfly.