The Drywall Pull On Steel Toe is a 10" tall Men's pull-on work boot with a distressed beige waterproof leather exterior. The steel toe provides armor-like protection and it's built for comfort with the J-Flex Flexible Comfort System® that guarantees lasting support throughout the day. The rubber outsole offers traction on various surfaces and is an ASTM electrical hazard rated boot that provides protection from open electrical currents up to 18000 volts. Details Material: Cowhide Toe Shape: Round Heel: Walking/Block Outsole: Non-Leather Steel Toe - From the ranch to the construction site, our steel toe boots are the ideal solution for the working man and woman meeting industry standards for impact and compression. Electric Hazard - Our electrical hazard rated boots protect you from open electrical currents from the bottom up. Tested up to 18,000 volts. Waterproof - We use only the best construction and components to create waterproof boots that keep your feet dry no matter the conditions. J-Flex® - Our J-Flex Flexible Comfort System® will keep you at ease with covered cushioned insole and triple density insole board, creating the most comfortable boots youll ever own. Audio Description of Video Leather Types Cowhide on a Western Boot - Non-waterproof Use a soft scrub brush dipped in mildly soapy water to softly scrub off remaining debris & dirt. Rinse the boots with warm water and let thoroughly dry for up to 24 hours. Liberally apply a leather conditioning cream to all exterior leather areas on the boot. Work boots Waterproof If the boot has laces, remove the laces. Rinse or hose down only the exterior of the boots to remove debris. Use a soft scrub brush dipped in mildly soapy water to softly scrub off remaining debris & dirt. Rinse the exterior of the boots with warm water and let thoroughly dry for up to 24 hours. Liberally apply leather conditioning cream to all exterior leather areas on the boot. Suede Let the debris dry on the boots. Carefully use a semi-stiff brush to knock off debris from the boot. Dust off the remaining debris. Use a warm washcloth to dab off and clean the boot. Exotics Ostrich Leather - Use a soft, damp washcloth to softly wipe down exotic leather. Then lightly apply a thin layer of exotic leather conditioner after cleaning. Ostrich leather can be extremely sensitive to oils make sure you apply conditioner to a small area first prior to applying to the entire boots. Reptile Leather - Use a soft brush to gently wipe down the exotic leather. Once clean, liberally apply an exotic leather cream. Fish Leather - gently brush the surface of your boot removing dirt and debris. Then lightly apply an exotic leather conditioner to your boot. Shark Leather - one of the most durable leathers available on a boot, you will first want to spot clean this shark leather with a damp cloth. For stains, use a cleaner specifically designed for exotic leathers or a mild soap mixture to carefully remove the imperfection. Once cleaned, liberally apply an exotic conditioner. Stingray Leather - to clean, use a soft, barely dampened cloth to gently wipe off the stingray leather. Then delicately apply a premium exotic leather conditioner after thoroughly cleaned. Elephant Leather - use a soft brush or towel to remove dust, dirt and debris. Then lightly apply a leather conditioner exclusive made for exotic leathers. It is important to remember your cowboy boots should be cleaned and conditioned on a regular basis, especially if you wear them often. Visit our Boot Care page for more in-depth advice and instructions.