CAT Kenzie Womens Leather Work Boots

Seller: JCPenney JCPenney by Caterpillar Caterpillar

All work and no play is no fun. With these work boots, you get the superior protection of durable leather and a steel toe with a cute plaid collar and lace details. technology oil, heat- and abrasion-resistant upper material welted forefoot for durability construction leather upper slip-resistant rubber sole details 6" shaft height nylon mesh lining steel toe molded sockliner for added comfort...

$131.95

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Books

  • The Wife Who Came With Workboots

    2013. ISBN: 143493764X,9781434937643. 196 pages.

    The Wife Who Came with Workboots by Teri P. Gay This book is a memoir, set against the backdrop of Teri P. Gay's life out in the country with her second husband, John Gay, a renowned engineer and land surveyor in New York State, whom she married after ending a previous marriage of twenty-five years. The book's chapters tell about growing up in Glens Falls, New York-Hometown, U.S.A.-in the 1960s and '70s; being a wife, mother, and professional woman in the '80s and '90s; getting divorced and...

  • Work Boots and Tees

    Harmony Ink Press. 2016. ISBN: 1634779975,9781634779975. 180 pages.

    Deep Secrets and Hope: Book Five Sixteen-year-old Jim Frankel has become the thing he loathes, and he can't stand thinking about what he has done. After being accused of sexual assault by two girls, Jim serves out his sentence in a juvenile detention facility. He's shocked by the arrest for what he thought was consensual sex, and terrified his own childhood sexual abuse has twisted him into a predator-just like the man who molested him. Upon release, Jim is no longer welcome at his family...

  • The Effect of Wearing Work Boots on Lumbar Spine Flexion

    1998.
  • Women in Workboots

    2017. ISBN: 1922118664,9781922118660.
  • Muddy Boots and Ragged Aprons

    Wayne State University Press. 1997. ISBN: 9780814324820,0814324827. 208 pages.

    This text focuses on the working people who, in the first three decades of the 20th century, made Detroit into one of the world's great industrial cities. Telling their stories through photographs with captions explaining its content and context, it examines the world as they lived and changed it.

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