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#500 Chelsea Boots in Stout Brown


Color: Stout Brown

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Supremely comfortable Australian work boots

Born on the rugged Australian island of Tasmania, Blundstone makes work boots that can go through hell but feel like heaven on your feet. Starting with the simple, iconic elastic-sided silhouette, Blundstone adds a premium leather upper with soft leather lining on the interior, a durable, grippy outsole, and a soft footbed with advanced Poron XRD cushioning. Slip into something a little more comfortable.

  • Weatherproof 2.5 mm oiled leather
  • Durable, slip-resistant outsole
  • Polyurethane midsole for comfort
  • Comfort insole specially built for shock absorption
  • Upper: Oiled leather
  • Lining: Leather
  • Midsole: Polyurethane
  • Outsole: TPU
  • The Original 500 Boot has a regular fit that's true to size, take your normal U.S. size
  • Sizes are listed in U.S. size. Please note the shoebox may arrive with Australian sizing on the label.
  • We recommend measuring your feet and comparing to the chart below to find your size
  • Blundstone boots increase in length with each whole size, and increase in width with each half size
  • Measure both feet from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe, then compare the longer measurement to the chart below (most people have one foot that’s longer than the other)
  • If you have a wide foot, choose the half size that corresponds with your length measurement
  • When you get your boot, there should be a slight give in the heel, with enough space to slide a finger between the back of your heel and the boot
  • The boots will stretch in the instep with time, but they won’t ever stretch lengthwise—if your toes are cramped, you need to size up
US Size Foot Length (in) Foot Length (mm)
8 10” 254 mm
8 ½ 10” 254 mm
9 10.31” 262 mm
9 ½ 10.31” 262 mm
10 10.67” 271 mm
10 ½ 10.67” 271 mm
11 11.02” 280 mm
11 ½ 11.02” 280 mm
12 11.34” 288 mm
13 11.65” 296 mm

Always clean your boots after use by brushing caked dirt away from welts and seams, then wipe leather with a clean, damp cloth. If your boots become wet, never dry them by a fire or artificial heat source as this will cause the leather to harden and shrink, and in extreme cases, pull away from the sole. Always allow the boots to dry at room temperature.

To keep your boots water resistant and pliable, you should dress the leather after cleaning with a suitable leather dressing.

Avoid exposing your boots to chemical contamination, as this may reduce the life expectancy. Leather is absorbent by nature and strong acids and alkalis will do irreparable damage. Such commonplace substances such as milk and salt are highly damaging. In the event of exposure, rinse the contaminant from the boots thoroughly before applying a leather dressing.

Email us at [email protected] for sizing guidance or other questions.

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