Georgia Boot® Low Heel Logger 8'' GORE-TEX® Waterproof Insulated Work Boots for Men
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- Durable, insulated, and waterproof work boot from Georgia
- Full grain leather uppers
- GORE-TEX breathable waterproof linings
- 200g Thinsulate® insulation - added warmth
- Cushioned insoles and removable PU orthotic inserts - great comfort and cushioning
- Ultra durable Goodyear Welt construction - resoleable
- Steel shanks - support and stability
- Abrasion-, chemical-, heat-, and oil resistant Vibram® rubber outsoles
A boot made for guys who work out in Mother Nature from sun up to sun down, the Low Heel Logger Work Boot from Georgia keeps your feet comfortable through a wide range of weather. Tough full grain leather uppers come lined with GORE-TEX fabric for trustworthy breathable waterproof protection and 200g Thinsulate insulation to block out cold temperatures. Below your feet, the Low Heel Logger combines cushioned insoles and removable PU orthotic inserts to absorb shock and pad every step. Steel shanks provide great arch support and work with the boot's tough Goodyear Welt construction to provide superior stability over uneven terrain. Made of an abrasion-, chemical-, heat-, and oil resistant rubber, the Low Heel Logger's Vibram outsoles deliver great traction to keep you upright. Average height: 8". Imported.
Manufacturer style #: G8043.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1
Rated 5 out of 5
by Hoochfisher Best boots I've ever worn.
While I did not purchase my boots through basspro, I'm certainly glad to see they now carry them.
This particular pair of boots is the best boot I've ever worn. They are extremely comfortable. In fact, They're more comfortable than any of my tennis shoes and are easily my chosen day off foot wear too. very well made and will stand up to lots of punishment. And keep you dry while doing so.
I've owned 2 pairs in 12 years. The first was only thrown out because I wore them while fishing a small pond in the middle of nowhere. My guest caused my Jon boat to turn over and they were filled with pond muck that had a smell I couldn't get out of them. They were 5 years old.
My current pair is 7 years old. They still keep me dry. They still look great with an occasional rubbing of saddle soap and mink oil. And the still have half of the outsole/tread left. And this is with daily all day wear! Just look at the pics below.
You will not be disappointed with these!
February 24, 2014
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