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Partnered Story October, 31 2013

Revisiting Some of Our Favorite American-Made Boots

Boot making remains as one of the last surviving industries that still use handcraftsmanship in America. Boots certainly hold a special place in our hearts, not only because of their rich beauty but also because they age with us, accompany us to places traveled and still left to go. With the cold and weathery season ahead of us, we wanted to bring back some of our favorite rugged boots in focus so that you may find some inspiration for your seasonal footwear needs. Every man needs a good pair of work boots, so why not invest in the best, made in America?

 

Alden for UNIONMADE Indy Boot

Massachusetts-based Alden‘s Indy boot for UNIONMADE is made of premium soft calf leather structured to a mid-top height. Exposed moccasin toe stitching and speed hooks give the otherwise classic pair that casual, rugged kick. Find it and other similar styles here.

 

Red Wing Iron Ranger Heritage Lifestyle Boot

This Amber Harness leather boot was inspired by the actual boots that iron miners wore decades past. The neoprene cork sole and round laces, topped off with a toe cap, give it that extremely Western feel. Find it and other similar styles here.

 

Wolverine Addison 1000 Mile Wingtip Ankle Boot

The richness from the deep cognac color of this boot is enhanced by the wooden sole. Unlike the Alden or Red Wing, the stitching on this Wolverine is not tonal, matching the dark colors of the leather. The dressy wingtip pattern and shiny finish make them wearable outside of casual outfits, with suiting as well. Find it and other similar styles here.

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