Are logger boots good for winter?

If you are facing brutally cold winter work conditions, it might be time to turn to an insulated logger boot to help tame the cold. Many logger boots use 3M Thinsulate (or some other type of synthetic insulation) to provide warmth without being too bulky.

What type of boots do loggers wear?

Decades ago, “logging boots” specifically meant leather work boots with caulked soles for logging. Today, it could mean that (loggers still wear them) but also means a type of work boot with a tall non-Western heel and usually a lug-type sole. Sometimes, though not always, a kiltie is added to the tongue.

Why do logger boots have high heels?

High Heels Keep Your Feet Above Ground Worse, after it rains, these places become considerably more challenging to walk on. This is why logger work boots have raised heels; they ensure enough space between the ground and a portion of the outsole, ensuring that your feet do not become wet or dirty.

Why do loggers wear caulk boots?

The boots had to have taller uppers than typical boots, around 8 to 10 inches. They had to be of sturdy construction, offer good support and traction, and provide some protection of the foot. Loggers in the Pacific Northwest in particular needed more traction than the typical boot sole could provide.