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Product description

The upper of these Georgia flxpoint waterproof composite toe boots is made with full-grain leather. It's a great material to have on work boots because the material has natural strength and durability. Also on the upper is a padded collar for comfort, an extended tongue to keep dirt and debris out of the interior, and the lace-up design allows you to adjust the footwear's fit to your liking. A composite toe is lightweight, but effective when it comes to keeping your toes protected. Due to this safety toe, these boots are compliant with the astm f2413-05 i/75 c/75 protective toe classification, which means that they can withstand up to 75 lbs. Of impact and compression. These work boot also meet the astm electrical hazard standard. The boots are fully lined; when you combine this feature with the Georgia waterproof system and the comfort core® footbed, your feet remain dry and comfortable.

Every item - right down to the last hard-working detail - can be traced back to 1937 when our passion for footwear was born. It started with a tough farm boot and a simple belief that boots should work as hard as the people wearing them.Thousands of styles and refinements later, Georgia Boot continues to do whatever it takes to give workers, farmers and hunters exactly what their feet are asking for. For every harsh condition on the job or in the field, there's a design from Georgia Boot to provide comfort and protection. Whoever you are, whatever you do, wherever you need to go. Look for multiple comfort features from Georgia Boot.


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Georgia Men's Homeland 6" Work Boot-M Comp Toe, Brown, 8.5 M US

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