Work Boots

Superlight and great value for money at $179. A garden /farm or riding boot that will last for ages.

Superlight and great value for money at $179. A garden /farm or riding boot that will last for ages.

Most of us need work boots at some point so it’s worth considering different options for the job at hand, remembering it’s never a good investment choice to buy a pair that simply won’t stand up to the ruggedness you may put them through over time. You need value for money.
The Western Boot Barn has an excellent range of boots on offer made by the people who understand functional footwear, Rocky, Georgia, Durango and Chippewa, icons of America that people have relied on for decades. There are general purpose garden boots, rugged styles for the farm and more specific utilitarian types for people like electricians, and labourers.

A new lightweight waterproof masterpiece from Rocky, designed for Emergency Response Crew and Security for only $229.

A new lightweight waterproof masterpiece from Rocky, designed for Emergency Response Crew and Security for only $229.

If you’re looking for pull-on or lace-up, waterproof or safety toe, the Western Boot Barn has it covered. There are special acid resistant waterproof leathers, non-slip soles and safety toes in a variety of colours and just because they’re work boots doesn’t mean they shouldn’t feel good. Our range is chosen with comfort in mind. Let’s face it, there’s nothing worse than uncomfortable work boots that you can’t wait to get off. It might mean you don’t finish the job! Our boots offer strength as well as flexibility, freedom of movement and super comfort. Try a pair today, your feet will thank you for it.

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