Closeouts. For performance in less than ideal conditions, head out in Carolina's Wellington work boot. The stylish upper leather features a Scubaliner® waterproof membrane, moisture-wicking lining and Goodyear welt construction.
Reviewed by MonsoonMom from Miami on Thursday, April 17, 2014
Takes a little while to break them in but they appear to be well made and stylish - - perhaps a little too much for a construction site. Comfortable once the instep breaks in and you adapt to wearing actual boot socks for a change to prevent rubbing from the uppers. Safety toe is a plus on a heavy construction project. Wides are actually wide too.
Reviewed by Fatmancaver from Missouri on Thursday, April 3, 2014
I ordered a size 11.0 EE width and they are spot on. Slight bit of heel slip, they are lined, and waterproof, but not insulated.
I have worn these a few hours at a time for two days, as these boots require break-in and are well made.
Waterproof right out of the box, no need to pre-treat them. Wore them in heavy rains, standing in 3-4 inches of water with
no leaks. These are my first pair of Carolinas, they are comparable my previous Justin and Red Wing work boots.
I do a fair amount of standing at work, and these boots do not fatigue my feet, and are pretty good for walking on flat terrain.
Reviewed by Erik from Utah on Tuesday, December 3, 2013
These are very well-made comfortable boots. My feet are just wide enough to really appreciate the wide size in the boot, and although I haven't been standing in puddles all day, they seem genuinely waterproof. The only reason not to give them five stars is they are a bit heavy, but I suppose that's to be expected in a work boot with metal toe.
Reviewed by Chris the Farmer from West Virginia Panhandle on Wednesday, August 28, 2013
It is seldom that EE width is available for any footwear at STP so I jumped on these which was good thing No.1 for me. I have used them for a week now and , so far, they are exactly what they should be. They do require a few days to break in as the heel slips a bit when new. Have not yet had to wear them in water so I cannot attest to the waterproof claim just yet, but they have performed perfectly with better traction than my other work boots and in in keeping my ankles from twisting while hand-mowing a very steep and bumpy hill. In spite of lots of abuse the oil finish continues to look like new at this point.