Between the world wars, timber cruisers started asking Otto White for a lighter, less cumbersome version of their tried and true White's logger boots. So he took a chainsaw to the upper on a 10-inch 400 and cut it down to its 6-inch comrade, the 350. It's been a staple for outdoorsmen and sportsmen in the Pacific Northwest and around the world ever since.
Handsewn Stitchdown Construction
6" full grain water-resistant leather upper.
Leather midsole and shank.
Vibram® Composition sole.
Built on the 55 Arch-Ease® last (call for special order widths).