6 of the Best: Work Boots

If you work in a rigorous outdoor environment where your footwear takes a battering on a daily basis, you’re going to need a reliable pair of work boots to see you through 2019 and beyond. As luck would have it, the guys at Huckberry have a magnificent selection of work boots to choose from that will ensure your feet stay protected and comfortable whatever the environments or terrains you face over the next 12 months.

Check out some of the top picks of work boots from the guys at Huckberry below:

Red Wing Heritage 6 Inch Classic Moc Work Boots – $290

Red Wing Heritage are positively synonymous with quality and the work boots industry and these superb 6 Inch Classic Moc Work Boots ($290) are a fine example as to why the brand is so immensely popular. Boasting a Traction Tred sole that sheds mud and gunk with ease while providing all-day comfort, these fantastic work boots are a real all rounder. It’s oil-tanned, full-grain leather uppers are as no-nonsense as it gets, building upon the legacy of durability and longevity that Red Wing is world renowned for. ($290)

Muck Boot Foreman Waterproof Boots – $175

If you need dependable, hardened, field-tested footwear that can keep up with your demands, these brilliant Muck Boot Foreman Waterproof Boots ($175) are sure to tick all of the right boxes for you. Each pair is perfected for any weather and any trail, and their Foreman boots are ideally suited to the minimalist commuter who needs one pair of boots for every occasion, terrain or situation. Get from work to the trailhead without skipping a step, the Muck Boot Foreman boots will rapidly become your most versatile footwear option in your closet. ($175)

Mark Albert Boulevard Boots – $350

A cut above, these exemplary Mark Albert Boulevard Boots ($350) do a mighty fine job of combining eye-catching style with first class performance. Each pair of Mark Albert boots are expertly crafted in Somerset, PA, USA so when you invest in a pair of Mark Alberts, you are investing in the craftsmanship of a small American company and 54 American workers – something that helps to make these majestic work boots stand out from the competition. They are handmade from top-quality materials and using the best shoe construction method out there – namely, one that’s centuries old still in use today for good reason: it establishes a virtually waterproof seal and enables the soles to be easily replaced. ($350)

Original Chippewa 6″ Service Boots – $223

One of the chief benefits of these Original Chippewa 6″ Service Boots ($223) is the fact that they have zero break in time and are ready for adventure and work right out the box. These boots reflect the authenticity and heritage of American craftsmanship, while creating timeless silhouettes for a modern American style. Crafted with American pride and handmade state-side with premium components, these Original Chippewa 6″ Service Boots have classic styling for everyday wear but contemporary features like Vibram outsoles, full leather welts and comfort insert insoles to make sure they never let you down whatever the occasion. ($223)

Rhodes Dean Boots – $220

Unparalleled style is something you’ll immediately notice with these Rhodes Dean Boots ($220) and for those who want a pair of work boots that look the part both on and off site, look no further. The Rhodes Dean Boots have a fantastic combination of a durable construction and all-day comfort, and each pair is crafted in a third-generation, family-run Portuguese factory with over half a century of experience and expertise. Every time you thread the laces through the easy-on speed hooks, you’ll see the calf leather subtly aging with a handsome patina that makes them more uniquely yours. ($220)

Viberg Service Boots – $699

The real creme de la creme, these awesome looking Viberg Service Boots ($699) certainly don’t come cheap but their exceptional quality really does speak for itself. Viberg made their name in the 1930s delivering work boots to the toughest standards for the loggers and farmers working in the uncompromising conditions of the Pacific Northwest. These days, they still produce a full line-up of workboots, but they also have a heritage line for the more style-conscious guy. These boots are ideal for men who want to hearken back to that era of lumberjacks and plows, but also want to be able to wear their boots on a dinner date. Enter the Service Boot: every bit as tough as it’s forebears, and made from a handsome roughout leather for a effortlessly dapper visual impact. ($699)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.