Do Carolina logger boots run big?
They run true to size, that is, the same as my tennis shoes. That’s a big difference from the Chippewas, which run a size big (I wear a 9 1/2 shoe and bought an 8 1/2 Chip boot). The Carolinas are ever so slightly narrower in the toe–which is not a good thing for me, since I have wide toes.
Where are Carolina loggers made?
Carolina Logger Boots Carolina offers their logger boots in several different designs and sizes. These logger boots are made in the USA (Martinsburg, PA facility) by Union workers, but made with imported parts.
Are Carolina boots really waterproof?
Their insulation will keep your feet moderately warm despite the wet and cold weather. Owing to their exclusive waterproof lining system, your feet will stay dry at all times, too.
Are Carolina boots made in America?
No, not all Carolina footwear is made in the USA. However, if you want to show your support to the American leather artisans, we have a selection of USA-made Carolina boots and shoes that were crafted in their facility in Martinsburg, PA, using the best materials from around the world.
What does D mean in Carolina boots?
D = Medium Width. R = Medium Width. 2E = Wide Width. W = Wide Width. 3E = Double Wide Width.
Does Carolina boots have a warranty?
Beyond 30 days, our products are guaranteed against defects and workmanship. Enclosed in every order is: Merchandise Return Form to be filled out.
Why are work boots so uncomfortable?
Work boots are uncomfortable because your foot bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles do not support some of the features of your safety boots. Raised heels, steel toes, and heavyweights alter your foot’s natural position, and it records these as discomfort.
Are Carolina boots puncture resistant?
Puncture Resistant – Meets all current ANSI requirements for safety toe standards, Class 75.
Are Carolina boots guaranteed for life?
Each of the Carolina boots has a durable construction which ensures that the boots last for at least five years. They come with a warranty from a few months to a few years depending on the various types of footwear they produce.