Closeouts. Georgia Boot Eagle Light work boots work as hard as you do, but don't weigh you down. A moc-stitched leather upper is flexible and durable, and the Comfort Core removable polyurethaneinsole absorbs shock.
Reviewed by C. C. from North Carolina on Friday, November 7, 2014
These boots are exactly what I needed - great for walking the dogs through the park and for working in the gardens. As one reviewer noted, they're a bit narrow through the toe box, but a pair of thinner socks solved that problem. PS. They're good-looking, too!
Reviewed by Tatersaunt from Wisconsin on Friday, October 17, 2014
I actually bought these boots for my son, as he has a narrow foot and is in between youth and men's sizes. He loves them! He says they are comfortable and look like the chukkas his cousins wear that are in high school, so he is very happy with them! Appear to be made well and he wore them all day the first day with no complaints.
Reviewed by Country gardener from California on Sunday, August 31, 2014
Do landscape and light construction work. This boot fits the bill exactly and right out of the box. Did not have an issue (as others did) with sizing and wear a medium heavy work sock with these. Spent first 4 days of wear on a work site building a fence with friends. One of the other people on the site asked me to order a pair for her when I got home. Done.
Reviewed by Often working outdoors from GA on Wednesday, July 16, 2014
I ordered the Georgia Eagle Light boot and the Georgia Riverdale Hiker at the same time hoping one would be ideal as a work boot replacement. I chose to keep the Eagle Light.
Overall it was a better fit and had other features I was looking for: a gusseted tongue, shallower and more open tread pattern, smooth leather I could waterproof and a sturdy but not stiff sole. The toe box is a little narrow with its tapering shape and after wearing it for a few days of hard outside work the toes on my right foot were feeling a wee bit cramped. I probably could have ordered an 8M instead of the 7.5M and had room for a liner and ragg wool sock, which is usually my preference. I tried on Georgia boots at a local store and then ordered the two from STP. For me, the women's sizes seem to have a slightly slim cut and a normal length. I'm having to wear a sock of medium thickness. Maybe as I break them in the leather will loosen up a bit.