Featuring natural Chromexcel leather from Horween, one of America’s oldest tanneries, these Thorogood 1892 boots are well suited for any occasion that calls for comfort, durability, and style. They draw inspiration from folks who spend long days on their feet. The Beloit is a plain-toe boot inspired by hardworking farmers, while the Portage has a lace-to-toe design made with roofers in mind. Both are Goodyear welted, allowing them to be resoled ad infinitum, and built on the company’s No. 60 last: a classic silhouette with a roomy toe box. They also feature a nitrile cork outsole, which is more durable and offers better traction than alternatives.
Note: At checkout, choose the Beloit or the Portage. Full and half sizes are available from US 7 through 12, as well as 13. As the No. 60 last runs big, the manufacturer recommends sizing down anywhere from half a size to a full size.
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 Sep 27, 2018 PT.
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