Men's Georgia 8" Homeland 600G Waterproof Boots

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Men's Georgia 8" Homeland 600G Waterproof Boots

Item #: G109

The Georgia Homeland Waterproof Insulated Work Boot is part of the Homeland Collection. Technology-driven comfort. This 8" lace-up boot's 600g of 3M ThinsulateTM Ultra retains heat on cold days. Full-grain waterproof leather with 900D Cordura fabric keeps you dry in rainy and muddy conditions. As with all footwear in the Homeland collection, this shoe has a direct-attached oil-resistant PVC outsole for flexibility and comfort. The Homeland's polyurethane TDC footbed never breaks down and has channels to promote air circulation, helping keep your feet cool all day.

Features of Men's Georgia 8" Homeland 600G Waterproof Boots

  • Georgia Waterproof System
  • 600 Gram Thinsulate Ultra Insulation
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    Georgia

    Men's Georgia 8" Homeland 600G Waterproof Boots

    Item #: G109

    The Georgia Homeland Waterproof Insulated Work Boot is part of the Homeland Collection. Technology-driven comfort. This 8" lace-up boot's 600g of 3M ThinsulateTM Ultra retains heat on cold days. Full-grain waterproof leather with 900D Cordura fabric keeps you dry in rainy and muddy conditions. As with all footwear in the Homeland collection, this shoe has a direct-attached oil-resistant PVC outsole for flexibility and comfort. The Homeland's polyurethane TDC footbed never breaks down and has channels to promote air circulation, helping keep your feet cool all day.

    Features of Men's Georgia 8" Homeland 600G Waterproof Boots

    • Georgia Waterproof System
    • 600 Gram Thinsulate Ultra Insulation

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