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The Carbo-Tec LT Pull On Work Boot features:
I got these boots in August '21 for storm work. They are some comfortable boots that I can actually get my feet into. I've been sized for boots many times and told that EE or EEE should work. Unless it's a lace-up, I can't even get my foot into other boots. It's more than just the length and width of a foot that matters, right? Georgia Boots nailed it for guys like me with weird feet.
Waterproofing was an upgrade for me, but that may be the source of the problem. Before I even finished the storm work (1.5 months) one of the liners was suctioned to my foot when removing the boot. The whole liner was coming out. On the next job, both liners came loose and I was rolling on the floor till exhaustion just trying to get my damned feet out of the boots. I was about to just cut them off. I tried an old trick to put a bag over socks for really tight/fitted rubber boots. That worked for getting the boots off, but waterproofing is a waste because my feet can't breathe. My feet stayed wet in those bags.
I'll try my luck with customer service because I have not found any other boot that fits me as comfortably as these. They gave me a discount code for another pair of boots and offered to RMA the ones I've got. I'm reluctant to buy a different pair of boots from here because of my experience with these boots. I really hope they fixed their QC or design so that it doesn't happen again. Or, I'll just be getting them to replace these boots every few months. If this fails, I'm going to get a Cajun Injector and just fill the gap around the liner with RTV silicone. Maybe that will keep them from coming out.
Side note: As a search and rescue guy, I also have some tactical lace-up boots with side zippers (not Georgia Boots). I've got plenty negative to say about how they don't fit my feet, but for years now, they have been crawling through many rubble piles and dragged across concrete walls while doing ropes training. The leather exterior on the composite toe is holding up much better than the leather toe of these Georgia boots. It's almost like these boots were not meant to last.
I would not recommend these boots unless you have an odd foot shape like me. Then you should just expect to replace them often... hopefully on the manufacturer's dime.
After owning approximately 15 pairs of Georgia wellington boots, I gave these carbo-tec boots a try. The leather on the toes are worn through; the seam on the side is coming apart; and the bottoms started coming apart almost immediately. Although comfortable, the durability isn’t there.
I bought these boots 2 months ago. Break in went well and they are very comfortable boots. I am on my feet all day and my feet felt great at the end of the day. However this past weekend after a long day I went to pull my boots off and I couldn't get my left foot out. This was weird as they have a zipper on the back and were some of the easiest boots to get on and off. After finally getting my foot out i realized the entire inner liner came loose. It makes it practically impossible to get your foot out. And now i can feel my heel sliding up and down when I walk. Looking back at the reviews I see that this is a very common issue. Which tells me this is either a quality or design issue on Georgia's part. For a $200 boot to fail in 2 months is unacceptable. My last pair of Danner's lasted 4 years. I may have to go back.
I purchased the boots 4 or 5 months ago and the steel toe has worn through and the inner lining is pulling out of my boot do not recommend this boot is not worth the money
I bought these boots about 4/5 months ago, they did take a week to break in and are extremely comfortable but the soles have worn out very quickly and the inner lining wants to pull out of the boots when you take them off after about 6 weeks of use. I feel i can only get about another few weeks and I will have to buy a new pair of boots, and unfortunately not this model.
I bought these around 3 weeks ago after being very loyal to the Georgia wedge boots. I wanted another square toe and wanted a boot with better traction than the wedge. Although they took a little while to break in I was very pleased after they did they were very comfortable, light, and the leather seemed to hold up well on the job site. I get home tonight after a long day on the job and try to pull my right foot out of my boot and it was very difficult. After some effort I finally pulled my foot out and the whole inner lining of the boot came out with it. I can literally pull the inside of the boot out of the top. I am very disappointed as I have been loyal to Georgia from the beginning of my career but this is simply unacceptable after only three weeks of use. Great leather and great style but quality control needs to get ahold of these boots and get this issue fixed because I’ve seen other reviews on Amazon from people having the same problem
Cant even tell they are steel toes and they are light and cushiony!!!
Just picked a pair of these up today. I'm very flat footed and it's tough to find a good boot that's light and comfortable. They are, by far, the best work boots I've ever put on! I've always heard good things about Georgia Boot and I am extremely happy I gave these a try! I highly recommend anyone to try them on.