Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Georgia Boot.
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DIYers know that wearing proper footwear while working on DIY projects is essential. Foot protection is important, but so is comfort! You don’t have to sacrifice comfort while wearing work boots.
As someone who used to spend my days working on jobsites, I too knew the importance of a durable work boot that was also comfortable to wear. Wearing cheap boots only caused me pain and reduced job performance.
I may no longer work on a jobsite but I still wear work boots while working at home. Recently, Georgia Boot, part of the Rocky family of brands, invited me to try out their moc-toe Wedge work boot and I must say, they feel great! I think you’ll want to get them for yourself.
Georgia Boot: Lightweight and Comfortable
It’s important for you to know that I’ve worn my pair of Wedge boots in all sorts of working conditions before writing this article. From climbing ladders, working in my shop, doing yardwork, and more, my Wedge boots have been equal to the task.
Simply put, these boots are durable, very comfortable, and, of course, they look great. I think any DIYer would be just as pleased as I am.
Wedge Work Boot Features
- SPR™ leather offers protection against and resists caustic alkali, sulfuric acid, calcium hydroxide, potassium phosphate and caustic potash, which means your boots will be “barnyard-proof”.
- Proprietary Oil Resistant Polyurethane Wedge Outsole
- Padded tongue
- Steel shank
- Padded collar
- Gusseted tongue
- SPR full-grain leather
- TDC (Technology Driven Comfort) polyurethane insole
- 6 Inches in height
- Moc toe
- Weight: 2.8 pounds per pair for a size 10
- Goodyear® welt construction
A Treat For Your Feet
If you need a pair of great work boots, look no further than Georgia Boot. My work boots are amazing and I think yours will be too!