With more than 160 years of experience crafting all-leather footwear, White’s Boots still makes every pair by hand here in the USA. Bringing that heritage quality to a city-slicking style, the Main Street dress boot looks sharp in the office and around town. It features beautiful, durable Chromexcel leather from the renowned Horween tannery with clean lines, a Goodyear welt construction, and details that surpass anything machine-made. The Barrie last gives you a smooth but supportive fit through the arch, aided by the company’s Arch Ease support: a design that replicates the natural contour of your foot for all-day comfort. This boot takes its name from the intersection of Main Street and Stevens in downtown Spokane, Washington, where White’s set up shop in 1915.
Note: At checkout, you’ll have your choice of color (black or brown Chromexcel) and size (full and half sizes from men’s US 6 to 12, plus 13).
White's Boots recommends ordering a half size down from your standard Brannock size (standing up).
The White's tradition has its roots in West Virginia’s logging country back before the Civil War. It was there that Otto White's father and grandfather made caulk boots for the logging industry. In 1902, Otto and his father moved to St. Maries, Idaho, and in 1915, they relocated again to Spokane. Otto's desire was simple: to make the finest work boots in the world. His insistence on quality was contagious and the White’s reputation grew with every pair of boots that came out of the shop. The hard-bitten loggers became the company’s biggest fans; they had never seen anything like the tough-as-nails boots that Otto White and his crew put together. To this day, when you come to own a pair of White's, you can sense that these are no ordinary boots.
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is June 17, 2019 PT.
After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.