Georgia Boots: Men's Waterproof Composite Toe EH Work Boots G6644
Don't let the mid-cut, sporty style of these Georgia G6644 Men's Brown WP Composite Toe EH Work Boots fool you. Georgia packs of bevy of work-ready, rugged features into this compact pair.
Handsome and practical, these sleek brown Work boots are made to keep you protected and comfortable in nasty, unpredictable conditions. They're made from supple, full-grain leather with Georgia's signature waterproofing system for unbeatable durability and wet-weather performance. This innovative system features a moisture-wicking lining to move wetness from your feet and sealed seams to keep the elements out of your boots. Georgia's Comfort Core AirFlow inserts deliver shock absorption and cushioning to relieve stress on your feet and prevent leg and foot pain after long hours on the job. They're removable too for easy cleaning. The mid-cut, lace-up design of this pair boasts padded collars for ankle comfort and integrated TPU heel stabilizers for added control.
Underfoot you'll find FLXpoint rubber outsoles designed for superior traction. They're slip-resistant to prevent falls and oil-resistant to prevent break-down, making them a great choice for slippery turf. The soles are ASTM-rated Electrical Hazard resistant as well, offering protection from shock in charged areas. And speaking of safety, you'll enjoy the ASTM-approved lightweight Composite Toe. They provide protection from impacts, falling objects, and other jobsite hazards. And along with being much lighter than traditional steel, they conduct less heat and cold for more comfortable wear.
Whew! We told you Georgia packed a lot of features in these mid-cut, sporty boots. And they can all be yours with a click on the mouse. Order your Georgia G6644 Men's Brown WP Composite Toe EH Work Boots today. We'll ship them right to your door.
Sizes Manufactured: Medium 8 - 12,13 | Wide 8 - 12,13
Detailed Product Specifications
Direct Attach (Chemically Bonded)
Additional Product Features
- Slip Resistant
- Electrical Hazard (EH)