Top Three Hiking Boots for Your Next Adventure

When you head out for a hike on a beautiful afternoon, you don’t want to worry about your boots.  They need to be sturdy and able to handle whatever path you choose.  A good hiking boot will provide ankle support and protection from punctures.  They also need to be comfortable for long days spent exploring.  If possible, they also need to be good looking.  Here are a few of our favorites.

Chippewa Black Waterproof Composite Toe Slip Resistant Work Boot

From the well-known Chippewa Boots comes this composite toe work boot that is ideal for hiking.  The designers have brought together all the best in footwear technology into this boot.  Its waterproof and slip resistant.  Though it has a safety toe, it is still light and comfortable.  The interior is lined with a smooth lining.  A steel shank protects the feet from any stepping dangers.  The insole and outsole are heavily cushioned for all day comfort. 

Carolina 8” Black and Brown Leather Aluminum Toe Waterproof 400g Insulated Hiker Work Boot

When you find a great hiking boot that also masquerades as a work boot, you grab them!  This boot from Carolina combines the best of both types.  Plus, the black and brown leather uppers look great whether you are in a warehouse or out on the mountain trail.  An aluminum safety toe keeps your feet safe.  To further protect, the heels and toes have additional layer that is resistant to abrasions.  Scubaliner waterproofing keeps feet dry in any conditions.  Thinsulate insulation makes them perfect for the winter months. 

Carolina 6” Brown Briar Pitstop Leather Waterproof Work Boot

When you are exploring nature, you need a boot that will handle rough terrain and damp conditions.  These waterproof boots can take it all.  The leather makes them a great choice for work and time outdoors.  A soft toe and non-metallic shank provide support and stability. 

Great hiking boots can encourage your desire to roam!  Find the best boots that protect your feet at Work Boot World.

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