For more than 60 years, Georgia Boots has been a leading manufacturer of top quality work boots. And they seem to have outdone themselves with the Georgia Giant Women’s Steel Toe Work Boots.
Their boots are designed with cutting-edge innovations and technology, with materials like Thinsulate insulation, Gore-Tex, SPR Leather and Comfort Core. Their boots are designed for the best in comfort and foot protection both, and their steel-toed boots meet all OSHA specifications.
The folks at Georgia Boots know that it’s sometimes harder for women to find a pair of top-quality steel-toed work boots, but this boot’s got what any working woman needs in a pair of boots. The 6” upper is full-grain leather in a dark Soggy Brown color, with a bumper guard at the welt to protect against abrasion.
The Goodyear welt construction means that you can resole the boots when the soles wear out. Additionally, the internal padded collar provides great comfort and ankle support. There’s also a cushioned, covered insole for shock absorption and to disperse the wearer’s weight. This makes long hours less tiring on the feet.
The unlined quarters help feet from overheating and getting sweaty, while there’s a high-performance lining for the rest of the inside of the boot.
For protection, there’s an OSHA/ASTM-compliant steel toe that meets standards for impact and compression, and a steel shank for arch support. The nail-free construction meets OSHA’s Electrical Hazard Standard, and these boots are also completely in compliance with chemical resistance and resistance to exposure to oil and gas.
If you’re looking for a tough, versatile work boot that’s comfortable for long hours on the job and is surprisingly affordable, you can’t go wrong with the Georgia Giant Women’s Steel Toe Work Boots.
OSHA, Underwriters Laboratories and other industry groups provide very specific guidelines and requirements for safety in work boots.
Impact testing determines the degree of protection that the steel toe boots provide. They put the boots under a given amount of force, measured in foot-pounds.
Compression testing, on the other hand, measures the amount of pressure that a steel or composite toe cap can endure before failing.
Electrical safety ratings mean that the shoe is insulated from the ground to prevent conduction of electricity. However, this does not mean that the shoe can function as a primary insulation. Nor does it mean that the shoe can protect against electrocution. In particular, leather boots must be dry to comply with this electrical safety standard.
In keeping with Georgia Boot’s reputation for innovation, the company designs its Georgia Giant Women’s Steel Toe Work Boots with the revolutionary Comfort Core® insole system. The cushiony material of the Comfort Core® insole features an ergonomic arch support This allows the boots to quickly mold to the contours of your foot for a quick break-in period.
Extensive perforations on the insole’s bottom enhance airflow and cooling for the soles of your feet. They also help prevent overheating.
In addition, at the heel is a plug that soaks up shock. It then stores that energy when it’s compressed. Finally, it springs back and releases energy every time you lift your foot while walking.
All Georgia Giant items come with a one-year warranty. This warranty covers defects in materials, manufacturing or workmanship.
Georgia's waterproof construction also guarantees the boots will remain waterproof for six months after the date of purchase. However, the warranty doesn’t cover misuse or abuse by the wearer. It also does not cover burn marks, holes worn in toes, punctures, cuts or abrasions.
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Way back in 1937, Georgia Boot Company opened its doors in Atlanta, Georgia. It's primary intention was making the best-quality, dependable work footwear at an affordable price.
Today, Georgia Boot is an industry leader that has never wavered from those core objectives. It has a product range that includes traditional work boots as well as specialized industry-specific protective footwear, farm and ranch boots and shoes and even casual shoes for off-the-clock wear.
Georgia Boot was first-to-market with Comfort Core® technology. This revolutionary insole system offers the comfort and resilience of an athletic shoe for work boots.
In the 1950s, Georgia Boot introduced Georgia Giant. The line became a hugely successful work boot line and crossed over into the casual market. Their Georgia Logger has become an industry staple. And it continues to be a preferred boot for its category.
Today, Georgia Boot is still America’s Hardest Working Boot. It offers quality that meets the expectations of the hardest-working people in America. And the Georgia Giant Women’s Steel Toe Work Boots is its best product yet.
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