Pull on work boots are perfect for keeping the toes safe from traumas caused by dropped instruments, machines, materials and other hazards on the workplace or elsewhere. The slip on work boots are made for easy pulling on and off and thus provide the perfect convenience. They are also made to provide the ultimate comfort to the feet and legs during work. However, it is the comfort of the boots that is often neglected when shopping around for a new pair of boots. Many men look for specific brand such as Red Wing or Wolverine, others look for as durable of boots as possible, some need specific type of safety toes. No wonder with so many features available, we often neglect the most obvious and important feature – the comfort. Without a doubt, they are easy to put on and take off, but are they easy on the foot? Feeling physically at ease, directly affects how productive you are. So, if you want to work for hours without feeling any pain or constraint, check out these models we’ve handpicked:

Ariat Workhog#1 Ariat Workhog
Justin Stampede#2 Justin Stampede
Keen Utility Detroit#3 Keen Utility Detroit
Wolverine Raider Romeo#4 Wolverine Raider Romeo
Caterpillar Revolver Steel#5 Caterpillar Revolver Steel
Wolverine Buccaneer W04826#6 Wolverine Buccaneer W04826

Top 5 Pull On Boots Reviews

Ariat Men’s Workhog Pull-on H2O Work Boot

ariat men's workhog pull-on h2o work boot

These pull on boots have round toes and a Western design. Even though they don’t have a safety toe, they offer other kinds of protection, including that they are fully waterproof, and have special oil, slip and wear resistant outsoles. The leather upper is very good looking, and the design and make of these boots offer almost perfect comfort to the person wearing them. No wonder we picked them as one of the most comfortable boots overall, too! They feature the patented U-Turn system which is great for people with wide feet, high arches and helps provide sufficient “give” for the feet to pass the turn easily.

These slip on boots also are fitted with a moisture absorbing footbed to keep the feet dry and fresh. The superb comfort and support are provided by the EVA midsole and gel cushioned footbed. The wide shank, along with the stabilizers, help improve the support and limit the fatigue in the feet and legs.

Justin Boots Men’s Stampede Pull-On Square Toe Work Boot

These slip on work boots are Western style and feature a square toe. They don’t have safety toe caps, but do offer other types of protection as well as a lot of comfort. These work boots have a supportive steel shank and are oil, abrasion and slip resistant.

The leather upper is impressive, which makes them look like normal everyday boots.

They feature a j-flex comfort system and have removable insoles which provide the ultimate comfort when wearing them to work or anywhere else. They do need a few weeks of break-in time, but after that they will feel as comfortable as sneakers.

Overall these Justin boots are of very good quality and are very durable!

J-flex system explained:


Keen Utility Men’s Detroit Slip On Work Boot

These low cut Keen Utility made our best pull on work boots list as they are very easy to pull on and off, and can become indispensable at your work place because of all their safety features and the comfort they provide.

With a cool looking nubuck leather upper and asymmetrical steel toes, these work boots look great and are sturdy and durable. They are 100% waterproof working boots which makes them great for outdoors and for wet environments.

These Keen work boots have dual density midsoles for a perfect support of the arches and stability of the feet, as well as a torsion stability shank. The footbed is also dual density and is removable.

Our conclusion is that these slip on boots look great, offer sufficient toe protection and are waterproof, which makes them perfect for most types of jobs, outdoor activities and for just about any case.

Wolverine Men’s Raider Romeo Contour Welt ST Work Boot

These low pull on boots from Wolverine offer very reliable protection and are authorized safety boots, so they are suitable for a lot of workplaces and jobs. They have steel safety toe caps and offer electrical hazard protection. They also have a perfect system for shock absorbing protection, plus the outsole has been designed and made in a way in which the traction of these shoes is outstanding, which makes them slip-resistant too.

The upper is made of full-grain leather, and the boots have contour welts which allow for easy flexing and bending of the shoes, a feature which makes them very comfortable to wear at all times.

For added comfort, the manufacturer has put an advanced comfort midsole and removable cushion beds featuring the Multishox system, made for better shock absorption. The lining and sock liner are breathable, so your feet will stay nice and fresh.

Caterpillar Men’s Revolver Pull-On Steel-Toe Boot

These are one of the best pull on work boots from CAT and are an excellent example of why Caterpillar has become a leading name in the work boot production industry. They look great and they offer excellent safety protection for the feet and body. They have steel safety toe caps, the full grain leather uppers are water resistant, and the outsoles are slip-resistant.

Apart from keeping your feet safe and dry, these boots will also provide great comfort. They feature a Goodyear welt which is single stitched.

With these Wolverines your feet will be safe and dry even in the wettest conditions.

Wolverine Men’s Buccaneer W04826 Work Boot

Another top pick for this top 5 list, these work boots from Wolverine have a steel toe for safety, and are perfectly waterproof just like Wellington boots. They also offer electrical hazard safety protection as well.

These Buccaneers have a multishox contour welt design which makes them very flexible and comfortable. Also, they have embedded compression pads in the outsole for better shock absorption.

The cushioned footbed is removable, so you can use inserts in case you want or need to. Overall, these can be considered our top favorite for the best pull on work boots as they look great, feel great and provide the necessary safety and comfort which many of us need when working in hazardous environments, or when performing other tasks which require safety protection.

Need more warmth? Check out: Best Insulated Work Boots

Pros and cons of the best slip on work boots

There are a number of pros worth mentioning with the most obvious one being the utter convenience of just pulling on these boots, instead of tying laces or fastening other straps.

Another positive feature is the safety for the toes which most of them provide.

They are supposed to relieve fatigue especially in jobs where a lot of standing is involved.

The high-quality pairs are made of high-quality and sturdy materials which make them extremely durable.

Another plus is that in cold environments, as the pull on boots are longer than the standard footwear, they can act as another protective insulation layer and will help keep the feet warm and dry.

The cons of pull on boots are that sometimes they are a tad too heavy and can cause some fatigue and difficulties until you get used to wearing them.

You must be warned that there are certain models that are not chemical or water resistant which could be absolutely unacceptable for certain work environments.

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Features of the good pull on boots

When picking the best in this line of footwear, you should look at the following features which a good pull on work boot must have:

  • Safety features (safety toe cap, anti-puncture protection, oil and water resistance, resistance to slipping, electrical hazard protection, waterproof, chemical proof and other types of protection features)
  • Comfort features (easy to slip on and off, proper support and comfort for a good body position and for the feet)
  • Durability (look for work boots with quality and comfort warranties, and make sure you pick boots made of highest quality materials in order to be able to wear them longer)
  • Price (pick the best work boots for the budget you have)

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