We waterproof the right way—using an industry-leading, multi-layer system. We start by putting waterproofing solution right into the leather as it’s being tanned. Every seam on the inside of the boot is then coated with a waterproof sealant. Finally, we embed a breathable membrane inside your boot that stops water from getting in, but lets moisture out.
We take the guesswork out of finding boots that are the right width. Below the insole, we’ve added a removable gray insert that can take your boot from a regular fit (D) to relaxed fit (EE). So, if you have a wider foot, or just prefer more room, we’ve got you covered. Instructions for how to remove the gray insert come in every box.
These are the best quality and value I have found in my 30 years of working in landscaping.I have paid up to $30.00 more for boots that didn’t equal durability and waterproof protection of the Brunt Perkins.Before now I could not get a years wear out of my boots without the sole pulling away from the upper or coming apart at the seams and I was constantly applying water proofing to keep my feet dry.
Awesome so far
I have worn Red Wing Boots for over 30 years. They are a good boot, but very pricy. This fall when I tried getting my annual replacement, I was told they could not get the boot at this time. I did some research and came across Brunt. I ordered the Perkins. So far I am pretty impressed. They are very comfortable out of the box. I am having trouble getting the right boot to fit comfortably in the ankle area. Hopefully it will wear in over time. Only thng the Red Wings have over the brunt so far is the laces. I dont care for the slippery/ stretchy laces on the Perkins. They are always coming loose. Overall Good Boot!!
Slightly on the heavier side for a composite toe, otherwise a pretty good boot.
Pre-Order the Perkins now to lock in your pair before anyone else (Restocking early March)