- Covered cushion insole
- Leather welt
- Oil resistant rubber lug outsole
- Oil tanned full grain leather
- Repairable goodyear welt construction for durability
- Steel shank
- Steel toe class I75/C75
- Unlined quarters
Chippewa Boots® developed the Logger boot for the Lumberjacks of the great upper Midwest back in 1901. Today these styles are not only worn by the logging industry but by men that perceive this silhouette to be the ultimate in a rugged outdoor wear. The covered cushion insole provides extra comfort for all day wear. Oil-tanned full-grain leather is durable, long-lasting, and it molds to your feet for a one-of-a-kind fit. The steel shank provides extra form and strength, while the steel toe protects the toe area from falling or heavy rolling objects.
Covered Comfort Core
Georgia Boot has been a leader in work boots for over 60 years. The Ohio based Georgia Boot company manufactures and markets the highest quality work boots and outdoor boots. In 1992, Georgia Boot revolutionized the work boot industry with their Comfort Core® Insole Technology. Georgia Boot always strives to innovate and bring new technologies to the world of work boots.
Georgia Boot also applies the same standards and technology towards creating an exceptional line of hunting, fishing and outdoor boots which carry the Georgia Sport & Trail brand name. These technologically advanced boots sport Comfort Core® Insole Technology, Gore-Tex® linings and Thinsulate insulation.
Let's not forget the Farm & Ranch boots that Georgia Boot designs. They are made to hold up to the roughest environments by using SPR® leather, Carbo-Tec construction and Comfort Core® Insole Technology. Built Georgia Boot tough, but made to be easy on the wallet.
At the root of all of Georgia Boot's designs, the work and safety boots still stand strong. Lab tested to meet the highest OSHA safety standards. Every new material or component is rigorously tested before it can become a part of a Georgia Boot. So when you are looking for quality and durable work boots, you can always look to Georgia Boot.