Men's Georgia Boot® 8" Safety - Toe Loggers, Black

Item # WX2-96153

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Georgia Boot® Steel Toe Logger Work Boots Because a falling tree will land where IT wants too.

You can never be too careful. And these durable Steel Toe Logger Work Boots by Georgia Boot® give you the confidence of class 175 / C75 steel toes.

More features:
  • Steel toe work boots feature oil-tanned full-grain leather upper
  • Covered cushion insole to give added comfort
  • Fully-repairable leather Goodyear® welt construction will allow you to wear these steel toe work boots for years
  • Supportive steel shank for durable stability
  • Unlined for maximum breathability
  • Oil-resistant rubber lug outsole
  • 6-eyelet / 4-speed hook lacing system
  • Stand approx. 8" tall, weigh approx. 39 ozs.

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