White’s New Dress Boot Boasts Its Most Refined Hand-Sewn Construction To Date

With a history reaching back to the beginning of the 19th century, White’s Boots has long been known for making high-quality hand-sewn boots that are as handsome in appearance as they are robust in build. From their legacy logger boots to their in-town oxfords, each piece in the catalog represents the culmination of over 200 years of family tradition.

For the newest addition to the lineup, the Spokane-based boot maker decided to up the ante. Featuring the most refined hand-sewn construction of any White’s boot, the Stevens Dress Cap offers a premium profile that looks the part and plays hard. Built with an all-new 5050 Arch-Ease last, it makes for an incredibly sleek dress toe with the same traditional arch support you’ll find in other lasts. And with a 5″ full-grain water-resistant leather upper, you can wear the Stevens day-in and day-out with no fear of moisture damage. Riding on a tough Dainite sole, the Stevens offers confidence-inspiring grip that’ll stand the test of time. So if you’re one to put your footwear through its paces, don’t fret — they’re also rebuildable and resoleable come time for a refresh. Available in five different colors, you can pick them up for $590.

Purchase: $590