Since its beginning in 1993 Lugz has been an innovator in the foot wear market. What began as a brand with a couple styles of boots, a quilted vest and a pair of jeans has evolved into a leader in footwear and its trendsetting style has gone beyond boots adding casual and athletic shoes for men, women and kids. Helping keep Lugz fresh and relevant are its many partnerships from hip hop stars, to Orange County Choppers to MMA Champions endorsing and inspiring their latest products. Lugz has gifts for all of your friends and family on your Christmas list this year.
These Empire HI VT boots are so comfortable and I love the way they look, available in your basic black and the eye catching ruby and black, plus teal and black you are sure to stand out anywhere you go. Lugz brand is not only about looking good, but also great performance and these boots do not disappoint. The Empire HI VT is a water resistant and slip resistant plain toe boot that features their patented Flexastride memory foam technology. This boot features a velvet upper and has the perfect blend of style and comfort to protect your feet year round.
- Velvet upper
- Padded tongue & collar
- Flexastride molded memory foam insole
- ASTM-F1677, Mark II tested slip resistant rubber sole
I know my readers out there love a good pair of Lugz boots so Queen of Reviews has teamed up with Lugz to offer a pair of the Empire HI VT boots in your choice of color to be given away to one of my lucky readers. Just enter using the Giveaway Tools widget below and be sure to show Lugz some love on facebook, twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. Good luck!
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