Kid's Georgia® 7" Muddog Wellinton Work Boots, Brown

Item # WX2-578287

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Kids' Georgia® 7" Muddog Wellington Work Boots. Rough, rugged stompers for junior - that love mud as much as he does!

You work with your hands, with heavy machinery and the earth. And you know that staying safe and comfortable is critical to doing a great job, which is why you get it done in Georgia® work boots. And you know what? Your kids might just want to look like dad, so Georgia made these kid-sized Boots to replicate the hard-working adult model. These Pull-On Wellingtons are easy to get on and off, and boast top-shelf mud protection to boot!

Quality Features - in a kid-sized package:
  • Durable full-grain leather uppers and waterproof rubber-covered foot
  • Lightweight, oil-resistant rubber outsole for traction
  • Shock-absorbing, pillow cushion insole
  • Lightweight EVA midsole dampens impact
  • Soft mesh lining makes pulling them on easy
  • Each approx. 7" h., 24 ozs.

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