Since all the way back in 1853, White’s Boots has been handmaking boots in America to stand up to hard-lived days on your feet. It all started when Otto White learned the craft of shoemaking from his father—shoeing loggers and soldiers stationed in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Fast forward a hundred plus years and the brand is still building boots to Mr. White’s impressively high standards. Each pair is purpose-built for rough conditions with a completely recraftable and resoleable construction to keep them in fighting shape over the years. All that experience making top-of-the-line footwear for ranchers, loggers, and forest service professionals has made these burly leather boots some of the most durable we’ve ever laced up.