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The western topline of this boot from FRYE features two pull-on straps, while a harness at the ankle updates the look.
The Frye Company is the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. Founded in 1863 by John A. Frye, a well-to-do shoemaker from England, and family-run until 1945, Frye products have a long and illustrious history. Frye boots were worn by soldiers on both sides of America's Civil War, soldiers in the Spanish-American war, and by Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders. When home-steading drew adventurous New England families to the West during the mid and late 1800's many of the pioneers wore Frye Boots for the long journey. Today Frye remains true to its roots with its line of heritage boots, but continues to innovate as it introduces chic new handbags, pumps, and sandals to its collection.
I LOVE THEM!!! Broke them in around the house and the. For the first time out of the house for 10+ hours. My feet were so comfortable alllll day!Published 11 days ago by Taylor Welker
I'm a woman & bought these in my size & they're my new favorites - love with leggings or skinny jeansPublished 18 days ago by Sloane Merrick
Love these! Just went backpacking through Europe and these were so comfortable! Easy to slip on and off, no blisters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by dr_dvm
Super cute .i wear a size 9 and have a narrow foot . I'm swimming I these a bit . The heel slips but to cute to send back and super comfyPublished 2 months ago by Carole Swanston
Loved the boots but they were way too wide at the top. Probably a good 1 1/2 inch space totally around all sides of my legPublished 3 months ago by Gail Paulus
I was looing for a pair of Frye boots based on the recommendation of a colleague that they are incredibly well made, incredibly comfortable (she claims that they wild mold to the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anna Meyr