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You work hard so you can play hard and ride hard! This Street Warrior from Chippewa is one solid and strong beast of a boot. It has a durable, oiled leather upper with adjustable buckle detailing, sturdy rubber outsole, and a fully padded footbed because "tough guys" need comfort too.
Chippewa motorcycle boots are built for the demanding standards of a lifestyle where tough isn't just an attitude, but a prerequisite. This 10" buckle boot has a comfort leather heel pad. Durable leather stacked heel base. Single stitched welt. Buckle harness.See all Product Description
They look great and the quality is very nice... I love them!
I had a pair of Frye engineer boots before and I can say that these surpass those in quality as well as having a more classic silhouette and design overall.
The other brands felt big and needed either a shoe insert or a heavy sock to get a more comfortable fit.
Since many people have trouble sizing these boots, here is a summary of my experience on the matter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dan
I bought the E width thinking these would fit well. Maybe there are some big dudes out there with tiny barbie doll feet, but these were way too narrow for me.Published 1 month ago by S. Carolan
Ordered the boots at my normal size and they fit true to size. Hard to get on at first but after the second time wearing they slip right on and off. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeffrey A Hughey
I would recommend this boot to anyone seeking a quality leather boot. The fit is excellent, the leather shines well.Published 2 months ago by Hawk
These are well-made Vibram-soled leather boots that work beautifully and keep you comfortable when riding your motorcycle. Read morePublished 2 months ago by chartjunk
I received the boots in a timely manner and tried them on right out of the box. They fit perfectly and they're made in the USA of quality materials and workmanship. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aubrey J. Skye
Was surprised at the quality of manufacture -- boots had enough flaws to pass as factory seconds. What happened to handcrafted in the USA?Published 3 months ago by Chris C.
If you are looking for a high quality boot that breaks in well and gets better looking with age this is the way to go. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Adam
The last time I bought a pair of Chippewa engineer boots was 17 years ago. I wore that pair until they could be worn no longer. Read morePublished 4 months ago by kj