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Georgia Men's Muddog Steel Toe Wellington Boots

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  • Georgia Men's Muddog Steel Toe Wellington Boots
  • Item # 050J60
$149.00 Original Price
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4.3
(70 Reviews)

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  • Electrical Hazard
  • Water Proof
  • Free Shipping
  • Steel Toe

These tough performing Muddog boots have all of the great features of its cousins within this series, plus a little bit more. A waterproof system, a protective steel toe, and a removable comfort system, these boots cover safety, comfort, and durability. The full-grain leather will mold to your feet with continual wear. With its TPU shell to lock out moisture, and its removable comfort core air flow orthotic foot bed to give long lasting cushioning and air circulation, these boots will provide comfort all day. The pull-on style and buckaroo pull holes allow easy on and off access.


Style(s): G5594

  • Full-grain leather
  • Protective steel toe
  • Electrical hazard standard
  • Georgia waterproof system
  • TPU shell
  • 11" shaft height
  • Round toe
  • Buckaroo style pull holes
  • Comfort core air flow orthotic insert
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    Georgia Men's Muddog Steel Toe Wellington Boots is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 70.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stitches broke in 3 months! Bought this boot at boot barn six months ago. In three months the stitching around the the leather to rubber started coming undone. Took the first pair back to boot barn and exchanged them for the same boot. Three months later same thing happened with the second pair. Boot barn refused to give me my money back but exchanged them for a pair of Ariats. The Ariats are not the boot I wanted but I had to take them as I was going out of town for a construction project. If this is the quality of all Georgia Boots I do not recommend them to anyone. All of this caused a huge hassle and headache for someone who depends on his boots for work.
    Date published: 2019-04-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good for concrete I bought these because I test concrete, so I get it all over my feet and was tired of it sticking to the laces of my old boots. I was glad to find these in steeltoe because that is required on many sites I go to, and the rubber bottoms are very easy to keep clean (and I like that they're stitched into the soles). The leather upper is of good quality, and the insoles are very thick and very comfortable, which is nice when you can be on your feet all day. The grip is outstanding. I've never had a problem in mud, in fact now I step right through it because of how much higher the waterproofing goes compared to my older laced boots.
    Date published: 2018-03-07
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Latest pair didn't last; still like them though. I was extremely impressed with my first pair of Mud Dogs, the "Work Boot" G5655. These have sustained three years of abuse, and I'm finally retiring them. I bought another pair of Mud Dogs last year, this time the heavier G5594; but I was disappointed with them - They only lasted about 6 months before the rubber cracked just below where it attaches to the upper. I'm not sure if the outsole material differs between the two models of boot. Nonetheless, I'll give them another try - I'm buying a new pair of G5655.
    Date published: 2016-10-31
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from love the fit, hate the poor lining design Have had these for six months, love the way the boot fits and traction. Problem is in the design of the lining from where the shaft transitions to the heel. The lining for the shaft is stitched rite at the transition instead of having a continuous piece where there is a lot of abrasion from taking the boot on and off. Due to this the lining has separated at the seam and rendered the boot in-op. Fix this issue and it would be a great boot.
    Date published: 2016-01-02
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