Nicks Robert Suede Roughout Boots

Oct 19, 2018

Category: Style

If the tradition of American hand-crafted leather goods is near and dear to your heart, you’re going to admire the craftsmanship that goes into every pair of Nicks Roberts Suede Roughout Boots. This small Spokane, Washington bootmaker has been perfecting the craft since 1964, and after more than 50 years on the job, his craft is polished to perfection.

These full-grain leather boots feature 6-oz Chromexcel American leather uppers tanned in Chicago at the Horween tannery, 6” height for ankle support, tall hand-carved leather arches, Vibram western soles, and welted construction to allow for resoling — because these American-made boots will last for many years to come. The Roughouts are well suited for everyday use or work. Due to the high arches, Nicks recommends ordering yours one half-size down from your typical shoe size. You’d be hard-pressed to find a higher quality American made boot at this price point, so you’d better get into a pair quickly before these boots that are exclusive to Filson are gone.

Purchase: $495

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