Our collection includes Timberland, Thorogood, Danner, Georgia, Rocky, Carhart, and Carolina logger boots in different heights, widths, and with a variety of features.
Our logger boots come with several safety features, including a reinforced toe box, metatarsal guard, and a puncture-resistant sole. If you are in the logger industry, or have a similar job that requires the use of safety boots, you can use our filters to find the pair of boots with the right safety features for the job.
The logger work boots in our collection are either soft toe or feature a steel toe or a composite toe, with or without a metguard.
Steel toe – Steel toe boots offer the highest level of protection for your toes from impact, crushing and sharp tools and objects. If safety is your primary concern and you don’t mind a little extra weight on your boots, steel toe is the way to go. However, it’s important to note that steel transmits heat and cold, so you might want to opt for a different toe box if you work in freezing temperatures or near heat sources.
Composite toe – The light and sturdy materials used in the production of composite toe boots ensure they are lightweight while providing your toes with all the protection they need. Although they are not quite as resilient as steel, composite toe boots still meet or exceed all relevant safety standards, with less added weight. In addition, composite materials do not transmit heat or cold, so they are better suited for extreme temperatures.
Metguard – A metatarsal guard offers additional protection for your entire foot by covering and protecting the metatarsal bones from injury. Since it is also made of light but resilient materials, the added weight is not significant.
Puncture-resistant sole – If you need to provide your feet with some extra underfoot protection from sharp objects, go for a pair of boots featuring a puncture-resistant sole. Puncture-resistant boots have a built-in flexible puncture-resistant plate in their sole, which will keep your feet safe and let you walk any type of terrain or surface confidently.
The insulated logger boots in our collection feature ThinsulateTM insulation technology. Depending on the temperatures you work in, you can opt for 400G or 600G insulation for maximum comfort during cold days.
What Kind of Boots Do Loggers Wear?
Considering that they spend a good portion of their day on their feet in the woods, working in a hazardous environment, loggers tend to opt for boots that offer a balance of protection, durability, and traction. Hence, logger boots are usually waterproof, made of leather, and often feature a reinforced toe box and a slip-resistant sole, as well as good arch support for lasting comfort.
You can find all these qualities and more in our collection of logger boots.
What Are Logger Boots Good For?
Apart from working in the logger industry, logger boots are suitable for many other purposes, whether it is a heavy-duty job or a day spent in the rugged outdoors. Their safety features will ensure your feet are protected from all types of hazards, while the waterproof, breathable materials they are made of will keep your feet dry throughout the day.
Logger boots are also designed to provide the wearer with traction and stability across slippery and uneven terrain, as well as enduring comfort. These characteristics make them a good choice for virtually any outdoor activity, from regular walks around the town in cold weather, to long days in the woodlands.
What Are The Best Logger Boots?
The best logger boots for you are the ones that best match your needs in terms of height, width, and features, as well as your personal taste when it comes to aesthetics. Our collection includes many different styles, from manufacturers renowned for their tradition and quality, so choosing the best boot for you should be just a matter of preference.
You can browse our entire collection or simply use the handy filters to narrow down your search to the boots that have everything you need.