Originally made for roofers spending long days on the job, today the Thorogood 1892 Portage boots are as well suited for any occasion that calls for comfort, durability, and style. The boots are Goodyear welted, allowing them to be resoled ad infinitum, and feature genuine Horween Chromexcel sourced from one of America’s oldest tanneries. Built on the company’s No. 60 last—a classic silhouette with a roomy toe box—each pair has a nitrile cork outsole, which is more rugged and slip-resistant than a leather outsole, and offers better traction. The lace-to-toe design provides a secure fit, whether you need it for work or play, and the leather’s rich patina creates a classic, time-worn look.
Weinbrenner Shoe Company still makes every pair of boots right here in the United States—just as it did when it was founded by Albert H. Weinbrenner, the son of a German cobbler, in 1892. Even in the last 8 years, as Weinbrenner has experienced rapid growth with the release of its Thorogood 1892 line, this Wisconsin-based manufacturer still uses the same machines it acquired in the ‘30s and ‘40s. And why not? In business more than 100 years, Weinbrenner knows better than to mess with a good thing.
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is Feb 16, 2018 PT.
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