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Sport Utility

Discover Why The Rocky Sport Utility Pro Is Recognized Amongst The Best Utility Boots

Offering an overflow of optimized performance features, Rocky Sport Utility Pro Boots are known to be one of the best utility boots available anywhere. The Rocky Sport Utility Pro Steel Toe Waterproof 600G Insulated Work Boot is as tenacious as it is protective— and recognized as one of the best utility work boots on the market. And with their relentless traction, waterproof protection, and built-in insulation, our other Rocky Sport Utility Boots for men are sure to keep you warm, comfortable, and ready to tackle all outdoor obstacles that come your way.

Frequently Asked Questions About Men’s Utility Boots

What Are Utility Boots Used For?

Utility boots are ruggedly designed to handle uniquely demanding outdoor activities and elements such as hunting, hiking, and working outside in the cold and/or in a hazardous environment. Rocky Sport Utility Pro Boots deliver essential features like premium insulation, waterproof protection, and steel toe designs to help wearers overcome these challenging outdoor conditions and remain protected and comfortable while doing so.

How To Clean Utility Boots?

To effectively clean your utility boots, you will want to first pull out your insoles and wash them with mild detergent in the washing machine—or by hand with a low pH shampoo. Let your insoles air dry and clean the footbed (bottom portion of your boot that is usually covered by the insole) and surrounding utility boot interior with a damp washcloth and low-pH shampoo. Then, you can use a toothbrush with water to scrape off dirt, mud, and debris that are on the outside of your utility boots. From there, you will want to use a leather boot cleaner to remove the caked-on particles that didn’t come off with the toothbrush. And finally, you will want to use a proper leather conditioner and follow its exact instructions to moisturize and condition the top and sides of your utility boots. Once you’ve finished conditioning your boots, allow your boots to air dry with the insole still air drying separately. Hanging your boots upside-down or on a shoe tree will help expedite this final step.