Georgia Boot is as durable as the day is long. For over 60 years Georgia Boot has been a leader in the footwear market and revolutionized the work boot industry in 1992, with the introduction of its Comfort Core Insole Technology.

Georgia Boot has an exceptional line of hunting, fishing and outdoor footwear that consists of technologically advanced boots that incorporate features including Comfort Core Insole Technology, Gore-Tex linings, Thinsulate insulation and SPR leather.

The Farm & Ranch collection of footwear are designed to hold up under the toughest of environments by using specific elements such as: SPR leather, Carbo-Tec construction and Comfort Core Insole Technology.

Georgia Boot safety footwear is laboratory tested to meet the highest safety standards set by OSHA. Every new material or component is thoroughly researched and tested before it's incorporated into the footwear - making Georgia Boot the best choice wherever people work with heavy equipment, machinery and containers.


Gore-Tex Gore-Tex uses a patented bootie consisting of a membrane which has tiny pores that keep water molecules out, but allow water vapor to escape from around the foot. Thus, Gore-Tex boots are water-proof, but they also breathe, which keeps feet dry and warm. The Gore-Tex company is very careful in protecting the reputation of its material. Every Gore-Tex bootie is tested in a high pressure tank for waterproofness. Also, the company subjects its licensees' products to extensive testing to ensure the membrane is being used properly. Gore-Tex products carry the tag "Guaranteed to Keep You Dry." This warranty is taken so seriously that the company withholds use of its membrane and its name from any company which fails to live up to its rigid manufacturing standards.

Our boots that are designated waterproof are manufactured to rigid specifications to assure that the environment your feet live in is comfortable and dry. Our waterproof products are available in a range of waterproof levels. For damp or wet conditions where the foot is not submerged for periods of time, look for a product that is made with waterproof leathers and a direct attached sole. For conditions where the foot may be submerged, only a Gore-Tex inner-bootie constructed boot will offer full waterproof protection for longer periods of time.

No one wants their feet to get cold. But for some outdoor enthusiasts, keeping feet warm is a matter of survival. For them, there is the Thinsulate TM Ultra Insulation designation. To acquire this certification and to display the special tag, there must be a minimum of 400 grams of Thinsulate TM Insulation throughout the boot. In addition, the boot must be insulated in the toe, vamp, heel and all the way over the ankle. Now when you buy a boot carrying the Thinsulate TM Ultra Insulation tag, you can expect not only the warmest insulation, but the best construction on the market.

SPR Leather

SPR leather is tanned by three separate processes for extra stength and resistance. It's been proven in test to be three times stronger, two and half times more abrasive resistant, and more acid and chemical resistant than conventional tanned leather. As a result, SPR leather resists caustic alkali, sulphuric acid, calcium hydroxide, potassium phosphate, caustic potash and barnyard acids.

Suspension System

The engineering advances of our SUSPENSION SYSTEM outsole and midsole design flatten the hazards of walking or standing on uneven surfaces. Dual density SUSPENSION SYSTEM outsoles contain a core of softer, lighter polyurethane to add bounce and power to your stride while the outside is tougher and denser for longwearing stability and support. The suspension design permits each lug to operate independently, stabilizing your footing and smoothing out your stride. Tiny grooves at the lug base work like air springs to absorb and disperse shock, then spring back into position.

Steel Toe

Our uniquely designed cap provides added room and maximum protection. Independent testing has proven that our steel toe footwear withstands over 5000 lbs. of static pressure - more than twice the ANSI standard.

Electrical Hazard

Footwear with this symbol is built with nail-free construction using steel or composition toe caps to help insulate you from the ground and retard conduction, but is not to be primary protection against electric shock. Georgia Boot meets and exceeds ANSI Z41, Section 4 standards. Refer to the ANSI Z41 Standard for EH Protective Limits.

What Do Those ANSI Numbers Mean?

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) sets the standards for protective footwear. There are two basic requirements all safety footwear must meet: impact and compression. There are three classifications of each according to test results. 1/75, 1/50 and 1/30 are designations for test results done with a 50 pound weight dropped from a set height. C/75, C/50 and C/30 are designations of tests done compressing the safety toes at 2,500 pounds (for C/75), 1,750 pounds (C/50) and 1,000 pounds (C/30). The toe must have a minimum clearance inside the toe area of the shoe of 16/32" for men's footwear and 15/32" for women's footwear after the tests are completed. Georgia Boot meets all ANSI standards set by OSHA and comply with "ANSI Z41.1 - 1991: American National Standards for Personal Protection Footwear".