The new Tassie Boot is our traditional lace up on boot by Outback Survival Gear. Made for both men and women, this lightweight workboot is extremely versatile. Featuring an anatomically and ergonomically designed support system with a removable PU foot bed (that does not break down and is washable!) for extra comfort. The construction of the sole is built with a tough nitrate rubber and injected aerated PU foam that is bonded to the fibers of the leather.
The sole design has been built with a reinforced toe bump & heel kick to ensure a long lasting, nearly indestructible boot! Our outer nitrate rubber sole is a superior compound to temperature - both extreme cold and heat and is resistant to dry rot. The tread pattern has been designed to maximize the best ground contact for a superior grip and foot stability.
The Leather uppers are made with a thick, durable, but supple full grain cow-hide that's been fully waterproofed & is resistant to hardening/cracking and losing its shape. 2.7mm thick leather is assembled with a double-stitch construction. The collar of the boot is finished with a padded soft calf-skin lining that feels broken in and ready to go, right out of the box. An ideal boot for mechanics, firefighters, farmers, and anyone that wants a really comfortable and light-weight boot!
This boot has been the answer for many people with back, feet, and knee problems, especially those who spend extended periods of time standing, even on concrete.
Choosing your size: converting from UK to USA sizing
As a rule subtract 1 from men's USA size & 3 from ladies USA size.
If you are normally a half size the conversion is a bit more complicated.
NOT WIDE WIDTH - If you sometimes have to buy a 1/2 size larger for a comfortable fit subtract 1 from the men's USA size & 3 from ladies USA. If you sometimes have to buy a 1/2 size smaller for comfort subtract 1 1/2 for men's USA & 2 1/2 for ladies USA.
WIDE WIDTH - Just subtract 1 from the men's USA size & 3 from the ladies USA size.
Just to make it a bit more complicated UK sizes many times use the same shoe size with a different thickness insole. So if you find your new boots slightly to large or small try changing the insole.