Known for their hand-sewn, welted, and stitchdown footwear, White’s boots mold to your feet as you wear them. Yes, the phrase “molds to your feet” may get tossed around way too much these days — but in this case — White’s are the real deal.
Then Division Road comes in. An expertly curated heritage fashion outfitter that knew exactly what to leave alone and what to make their own. Contributing custom stampings and a general refined approach by perfectly coordinating leathers, lasts — and specifications like color-corresponding welts and fully gusseted tongues — Division Road’s make-ups bring institutional knowledge and undeniable style.
It’s hard to choose between the two supremely rugged styles. Between the Depression Era inspired British Tan CXL Semi-Dress 375 and the 20’s logger inspired Distressed Roughout & Crazy Chief LTT Logger 375, you’re presented with a palette of earth browns that shine thanks to the tanning prowess of Horween. And last but not least, both pairs sit upon a Vibram Mini-lug 430 sole, a low profile silhouette with maximum traction.
Available on May 8th exclusively at Divison Road