The nicest boots in the store today are these Wings + Horns 10-year collaboration with Viberg Service Boots. They are stamped a Viberg size 8.5, which will fit a size 42 to 42.5 (about a 9 – 9.5 in North American men’s sizing, or Women’s…
Here’s a great little project we were working on the other day. The white heels on these Dayton Drivers were painted black to look like Toughies; the poor things were starting to peel right off. Someone attempted to use the time-trusted Sharpie-marker method to patch…
These really are tall! 17 Lace notches high with a speed-zip up the sides! Amazing quality leather with just the right amount of distressing! These come with the original box and are barely worn! Love when amazing items like this walk through our shop! Made…
Want others to respect your authority? Get these boots.
Prospector shoes are issued to the RCMP, so you will get the look of Canada’s Finest Mounted Enforcers – watch the backs of folk straighten when you walk into the room. While you’re practicing crowd control and protecting our nation there will be no risk of corns, blisters or fallen arches. You’re a hero and all you had to do was buy these boots. Go you!
These 10″ high Lace-Ups from Prospector have Gore-Tex and Thinsulate Lining. Waterproof for those who walk through puddles and mud without a second thought.
Prospector Boots are Made In Canada and notoriously difficult to find despite that fact. Snatch em’ while we got a pair.
$119.00 – good price to feel like a boss.
Store Item # 11570
These Classic Red Wing 980 Motorcycle Boots are outstanding and come at a great price. A solid lace-up, Gortex lined, waterproof boot. Besides being a Classic look from a Made In USA company, these feature leather laces to complete a solid aesthetic. Big fan of…
Timeless Chippewa Tall Engineer boots with a steel toe. Size 42.5 euro 9.5 Mens 11 Womens It all started in a small factory on River Street in downtown Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin in 1901. A thousand or so years later, Chippewa Boots continues to build top-quality…
We estimate these Daoust Ruf Rider (logger-style) boots as 1950s-era.
Lots of signs of age; these are far from new condition (like 70 years far).
The leather is (especially on the foot/ toe) dry and aged, and there is oxidation on the hardware. The original Biltrite sole shows wear, and the rubber has become smooth and hard with age. They are still officially a boot, though, and not just an antique museum piece. Steel-toe, still sturdy, with surprisingly flexible uppers, they’re ready for a foray into reconditioning. The darker brown shafts especially have a gorgeous patina.
Daoust made their fortune building ice skates (which many of you might remember) and these older boots are super rare.
Wearable history. How about that.
Size 41 / Men’s 8.5 / women’s 10
Wesco boots are one of the five most sought-after brands of real-boot-kinda-boots in the world. They’ve been making boots for almost a century, and with all that practice, they’ve got it pretty perfect.
This is a one-of-a-kind custom-build pair of Jobmasters. They have a natural double leather midsole. They are made with black Domain leather. They are tough, rebuildable, and, dare we say, sexy.
Bring your toe truck, and haul them home.
Size 42.5 (Men’s 9.5, or Women’s 11)
Starting at $359.00 CAD
Want a comparison? Have a peek at the standard Jobmaster boots on Wesco’s (USA) site.
A whole fun spread of the tiniest Motocross gear I’ve ever seen made its way in here the other day – and I do mean tiny, I could fit one of those little shin pads around my finger. Adorable! Bring your little dudely daredevils, stuntwomen-in-training, and…
You read that correctly… we have two of these. Two. From different consignors. Long-lost twins! A seriously bold Barney purple/Easter yellow colour scheme for some seriously bold stuntin’. Admittedly this isn’t what you’d call a subtle look, I wouldn’t be surprised if you could spot…
These Frye boots have been around the block. They’ve been around, like, a few hundred thousand blocks. They’re what you’d call “weathered” or, for the less tactful among us, “thrashed to hell”. These boots were made for walking, and walk they did… and run… and jump… and possibly skydive?
They’ve very vintage; they’ve had some adventures, they’ve got some character. They’re still in pretty great shape, and they’re wicked cheap. Come grab ’em for their last hurrah.
Dude, what? The closer you get to these, the more you want to stick them on your feet and go running in joyous circles in a hand-knitted jumper and slouchy hat. Followed by a litter of golden retriever puppies. In a positive flurry of picturesque…
Everyone loves a good service boot. This Oak Street Bootmakers trench boot will make your feet sing songs of joy and sophistication to one another, which songs will be slightly muffled by your socks, but that’ll be okay. Because of the Horween leather, and the…
Okay, so in 2012, this style of Viberg boot was made in a limited edition to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of an exploration by … well, let me quote at you: From the website of Barneys New York Part of the Scott Limited Edition…
These brand-new, unworn Frye boots have been through a lot to be together. Their parents tried to keep them apart. Their clans and tribes were rivals for the podiatrical love of the buying public. Everyone said it would never work; that this was a pairing doomed from the start. “You’re too different!” They’d wail.
I’m having a tough time with this write-up cause let’s be honest… these kicks kinda speak for themselves. A good solid pair of Daytons is an obvious wardrobe staple. Size 7 Men’s or 8.5 Women’s, suitable for all manner of kicking, stomping, and/or smashing. …