January 4th, 2015
Whether you’re planning a camping trip and are in need of some lace-up style camping boots or if your job mandates that you always have a pair of work boots at hand, we have everything you need right here. Although, traditionally, work boots aren’t designed with the latest trends in mind, our collection of Georgia boots combines both style and safety to give you boots that are truly revolutionary.
If comfort at work is of paramount importance to you, look for boots that are lightweight, but do not compromise on durability. The Romeo work shoes by Georgia perfectly fit the bill. Ideal for work and casual wear, they serve both roles perfectly. While these boots are super convenient, make sure that you opt for calf-height styles if you work in conditions where you are exposed to the elements.
A great pair of calf-height boots are the pull on core work boots. Waterproof and oil-resistant, they are easy to clean and maintain and are the ideal pair to keep you looking stylish and feminine while you work at the farm.
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You can certainly expect a lot of wear and tear at some jobs, such as those at construction sites. Georgia boots are specifically designed to take the stress away from the wearer’s feet and body and keep them safe and happy. A key feature of the Logger Work Boot is that it has a rubber outsole paired with a well-defined heel to aid in logger applications. If what you need is a solid basic logger work boot, it doesn’t get much better than this. If you’re looking for a more stylish option, the Wedge work boots by Georgia are just what you want. Available in a barracuda tan, they pair well with riding jeans. For an all-out traditional country-western feel, finish off the look with a cowboy hat.
While you spend the day at the farm or at a camping site with your kids, ensure that their feet are protected too. We have a wide range of kid’s work boots that will have your toddlers looking smart and trendy while they go about their kiddie business. For toddlers who want to stay current, these side-zip Wellington boots are the right pick.
Have you tried a Georgia boot?