Convoy Boots that Match Every Hat He Wears
He May Have Many Hats, but He Only Needs One Pair of Boots
As we head into June it is time to start thinking about all Dad (or that special guy we look up to) does for us. We can thank dad any day of the year, but this Father’s Day get him some new shoes that will last him all year. I know my dad works hard year-round and he needs a shoe that will keep up. These Convoy Boots from Lugz are perfect for our favorite hardworking guys.
Be sure to check out these boots and all the other great ideas on our full Dad’s and Grad’s Gift Guide!
Disclaimer: This review was done by team member Emily. She was provided product in exchange for her honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are her own and were not influenced by the developing company and/or its affiliates in any way.
Convoy Boots Kick Back
Lugz knows dad work hard, so when it’s time to take it easy make sure he has a boot that is comfortable and just as laid back as he wants to be. These look great with any casual or semi-classy outfit and the memory foam insole ensures all-day comfort. So he can kick back in the hammock and put his feet up.
Dads work hard not only at work but at home too. These boots are great for all those DIY projects and taking on the “honey-do” list. As well as chasing the (grand)kids around the back yard, or, like my dad, building amazing theatre set pieces. The tough rubber outsole on these Lugz Convoy boots ensures great traction on the ladders and a long life of hard wear and tear.
Dads who work hard like to play hard, too. My dad likes hiking the highlands of Scotland. These all-day treks of 4-12 miles per day can be tiring, but breathable lining in these boots means dad’s foot can stay fresh even through fun mountain hikes, frisbee golf, or playing with the kids at the park.
Great Support with 6″ Convoy Boots
The higher collar on these boots from Lugz means dad’s foot and ankle are supported. I wanted to make sure my dad had great boots while hiking and walking through Scotland because some of the terrains can be slick and/or steep. These keep his foot comfy while supporting his ankle so he won’t roll it.