White’s Boots is one of the country’s most legendary heritage footwear outfits, with a long history stretching back to before the American Civil War. Over its expansive existence, the Spokane-based outfit’s developed a reputation for producing exceedingly rugged, heirloom-quality offerings, so when Roland Sands was looking to create the ultimate heritage riding boot, the custom motorcycle builder and 250cc champion knew exactly who to call on.
The RSD x White’s boots are a limited edition version of the iconic footwear manufacturer’s Foreman model that has been modified to be more conducive to riding. In addition to getting a stitched shift toe pad, the shoe’s bottoms are lined with Vibram Cristy Crepe soles that still allow the wearer’s foot to slide around on rear-sets or foot-pegs. The RSD Foreman features Ortholite padded insoles, stitched-down leather shanks and mid-soles, and 6” full grain, oxblood Chrome-Excel leather uppers which are water-resistant and immensely durable. Each pair also comes with two sets of black laces, one waxed, and one leather. Made by hand in America, this limited edition Foreman was designed to be passed down to future generations. Offered in custom width sizes, the RSD x White’s Foreman Boot is available now, starting from $450.
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