Georgia Boots: Men's Safety Toe Welted Logger Work Boots G7313
We've scoured American folklore, and we can't find two better examples of manliness than Paul Bunyon and the Brawny paper towel man. (Okay, so maybe we were a bit hasty in our Google search). What do they have in common -- besides flannel shirts and big muscles? They're tough, they're dependable. . .they're loggers. They're a lot like Georgia G7313 Men's Protective Toe Logger Work Boots.
Reddish-brown leather was used to create the tall, durable uppers. The full-grain leather is pure cowhide: flexible, water-repellent, soft and slightly stretchy. Logger laces travel all the way up the reddish leather. The tough lacing system is held in place with stud hooks and eyelets set on steel washers.
Orthopedic inserts provide contoured support, gently conforming to the lines and curves of your feet. Made with lightweight, shock-resistant polyurethane, the soft insoles absorb impact to soften steps. The removable design makes it easy to pull the insoles out any time for cleaning. Steel shanks provide tough support, lifting arches so your feet and leg muscles do less work (and conserve energy to stave off fatigue).
Goodyear welt construction joins the tough logger soles to the leather with a series of repairable stitches. The stitched design wraps all the way around the base of each boot to create a flexible bond that makes for smooth, easy steps. The soles are rated for electrical hazard protection, guarding you against dangerous open circuits.
Protective toes complete the work-friendly design, keeping feet safe against harmful impact and compression. Georgia G7313 Men's Protective Toe Logger Work Boots are hard-working loggers, like all the most masculine characters in folklore.
Sizes manufactured: Medium 8-12,13,14,15 | Wide 8-12,13,14,15
Detailed Product Specifications
Goodyear Welt/Stitch Down
Additional Product Features
- Removable Footbed
- 90 Degree Heel
- Abrasion Resistant
- Chemical Resistant
- Heat Resistant
- Slip Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- Electrical Hazard (EH)