Back in the 1930s, Otto White cut down the 10Ó upper of the 400 to the 6Ó 350, all to accommodate the need for a lighter weight boot for factory workers, road crews, and sportsman in the Pacific Northwest. One measurement of a great boot is not just how far you can walk in it, but how long you can stand in it. If the only thing between you and the concrete is this boot, you're in good company.
Handsewn Stitchdown Construction
6" full grain water-resistant leather upper.
Leather midsole and shank.
Built on the 55 Arch-Ease® last (call for special order widths).