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- Made in the USA and Imported
- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately 6" from arch
- Plain-toe ankle boot featuring debossed outstep logo.Debossed Logo May include Brand Name. .
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Trust Chippewa for quality working boots that keep you dry while you work. These Chippewa boots feature a smooth chocolate Apache leather foot under a matching 6" lace-up leather shaft. 1 1/4" block heel. Drill vamp lining. Single stitched welt. Easy-on with laces. Round toe.
Chippewa Boot Company has been an American tradition in outdoor lifestyle footwear since 1901. Chippewa boots are the highest quality choice for the person who wants only the best in rugged outdoor footwear. Superior components and craftsmanship go into the construction of every pair. So whether you wear Chippewa for function or fashion, Chippewa boots are built to stand the test of time and, with classic styling, they'll satisfy the most demanding and discriminating shopper.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004TK2RPS
- Item model number: 20080-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 21, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Addendum: After posting this review I pulled the laces and applied a coat of Obenauf''s. Unlike the Woverine 1000 Mile Evans boots which retained their basic color after the Obenauf's application, the chocolate brown of the Chippewa Apaches appears lost forever. The leather turned a very dark brown immediately. As the Obenauf's was absorbed the leather edged back toward its original color, but is still darker than I'd like it to be. That said, the boot still looks terrific.
Unfortunately the laces have shredded and I'll have to get more. I've only been wearing them for a week.
They were stiff at first, as others have said, but they are breaking in quite well.
First of all these boots run long, buy a half size smaller.
When my boots arrived the first thing I noticed was that they were substantially darker than the customer images and most other images I have seen of this boot model. When I put them on I noticed that the right boot was much tighter than the left. I looked inside the tongue of the right boot and saw that the stamp that was clearly visible on the left boot was almost completely rubbed off or incompletely stamped on the right boot so I have no idea if it is the correct width or not. I ordered a second pair for comparison and may end up returning one pair or both.
Aside from that the materials are high quality and these seem like great boots aside from the irregularities.
I think the thing that one has to realize is that these boots are made by hand by human beings. Unlike machines people have bad days and make mistakes. If you're interested in these boots, definitely order them just inspect the leather and know that amazon returns has your back if there's an issue.
Got second pair of these boots in, right boot still tight so I guess it is just my feet. Was a lighter color consistent with the other customer images which is nice, no idea why the first ones I got were so much darker. When I was inspecting this other pair I noticed there was a huge cut into the welt where the arch of the foot is which almost completely cut through the welt . I get it that these are handmade boots but I don't know how they made it through QC if they even have it. Every danner boot I have tried on my quest to find boots on amazon has had a tag come with it with the number of the employee who inspected it and the Chippewas have had no such thing.
Tl;dr: if no other boot satisfies your fashion sense, buy them, just make sure you inspect every millimeter before you keep them. If you're like me and looking for a boot with dependability that you can have confidence in, you might want to move along.
We'll see how they do long term.
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