Division Road has once again worked with White’s to create some outstanding footwear, so before you pull the trigger on those dressy shoes for wedding season, take a look at these puppies. We’ve got three exclusive make ups to drool over: A Logger Boot, a Semi-Dress Boot, and an Oxford. They’re all made in USA and feature details meticulously picked by Division Road like contrasting welts and uppers (to match the midsole), as well as some nicely placed customer stamps, and of course, buckets of high-quality hallmarks from White’s.
The Logger boot in White’s 375 last comes housed in contrasting leathers – Horween‘s natural Chromexcel and cinnamon waxed flesh, a striking combination of brown leathers that’s sure to catch eyes anywhere your feet are headed. The Semi-Dress boot, built on the same last, is cut from all black waxed flesh – because who doesn’t need a pair of black boots in their arsenal? This particular leather has a lustrous gleam that will matt with time and hard wear.
The Oxford is built on White’s 300 last and comes in contrasting black waxed flesh and natural Chromexcel. Some people talk dirt on mixing black and brown tones but this Oxford shatters those filthy utterances. They’re on the fence between formal and rugged, a quality anchored by the 2060 Vibram sole that will also have you creeping comfortably.
Available exclusively at Division Road
If you’re new to the world of welted shoes and boots, you can check out our guide to the Three Tiers of Welted Boots and Shoes: Entry, Mid, and End Level