Legacy Boots

Since 1853, the legacy of White’s Boots has been in service to the American worker. Loggers and log drivers started wearing our boots in 1880. Linemen wore them in 1930. Horse packers wore them in 1936 and smokejumpers in 1939. Throughout our history, we’ve built our boots to be worn into the dust. From Virginia to Idaho to Washington, we’re still here building our boots the same way. That means you can still wear a piece of our history and the history of America.

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