As one of the workwear world’s most prestigious shoemakers, White’s is truly in rarified air. Having been around since 1902, it knows what it takes to craft a quality pair of boots that are built to last, and its latest Chore Boot silhouette is all that and then some.
The new release’s 6” upper is composed of full-grain water-resistant leather and rounded out with a padded collar, deeming them durable, stylish, and, most importantly, comfortable. Plus, when it comes to comfort, the Chore Boot sits on a Vibram midsole with a composite shank and a Vibram Unit Honey Lug Sole, resulting in an adaptive fit and sturdy makeup that’ll help you take on a long day of work.
The USA-made boots make use of White’s proprietary 610 last, which combines a flat arch with a wide toe box to allow for a short-term break-in period. In other words, there’s no need to worry about feeling stiff for too long. Like the rest of White’s catalog, the resoleable stompers boast machine-stitched Goodyear welt construction for immense durability. The Chore Boot also comes available in a pair of colors, Distress Roughout and Black Roughout, giving you some choice when it comes to matching your personal style.
Whether your job is in a farm, field, or factory — or you just consider yourself a workwear enthusiast — these new boots fit the bill. You can pick up a pair of White’s Chore Boots on the brand’s online store now for $359.
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