- Made in the USA
- Finest American tanned leather for durability, comfort and performance
- Double coated nickel on black, antique brass hardware on other colors
- Folded double thickness leather slotted pull-tabs for strength
- Wellington vamp
- Genuine Goodyear welt construction
- High abrasion genuine neoprene rubber outsole
- 2" Heel
- 12" Shaft
With definitive O-rings and studs, Frye's classic Harness boot holds a treasured spot in American culture and around the globe. The timeless design features cushioned shock-absorbing memory insoles and durable Goodyear welt construction. The 12" shaft features double thick, matching leather pull straps to help get them on. The wellington vamp is simple, yet versatile for a great everyday look. A respected part of Americana, Frye proudly continues to hold an esteemed place in the forefront of American style. Style(s): 87350-BLK-SP, 87350-GAU
Frye Boots have been the standard for western boots since 1863 when John A. Frye, a prominent English shoemaker founded the company. It is still to date, the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. Frye Boots was run by John Frye until 1911 until his death and then was taken over by his family until 1945. Frye Boots remains a signature of tradition and quality boot making.
Frye Boots go back to the time of the Civil War. Frye Boots were worn by Confederate and Union soldiers as well as Teddy Roosevelt's "Rough Riders" during the Spanish-American War. Even when the earlier settlers began pioneering west, many of the adventurous New England families were wearing Frye Boots. Frye is as much a part of American History as apple pie. They are more comfortable too.
The famous Frye Harness Boot continues to lead the charge and draw influence from the American Cavalry of those very early years. Even during a trip in 1938 to Washington, DC, Frye Boots we requested to be custom made for a US Navy Admiral. All throughout World War II, Frye provided custom boots for officers as well as supplying thousands of service men with Frye Wellingtons (aka Jet Boots). Frye Boots have traveled the world on the feet of brave and courageous servicemen. Even steel hard General George Patton wore a pair of Frye Boots. The classic Frye Harness Boots will forever hold a place in American History and stay rooted in the heart of American Culture.
Frye's styles are as timeless as their reputation. Frye takes pride in providing boots that are benchcrafted from the finest full grain leather uppers with genuine leather and premium rubber soles. With Frye's dedication in creating the perfect boots down to the smallest detail, it takes over 190 steps to make a single pair of Frye Boots. Now that is quality you can count on. With the proper care, Frye Boots will last forever.
Frye doesn't only make quality Western Boots, Riding Boots or Motorcycle Boots. Frye Boots can often be seen in the streets of busy cities and towns. Not to mention the countless celebrities that are in fashion magazines and can we seen often wearing a great pair of Frye Boots. Frye is a huge part of Americana and they proudly hold a place in American culture and style.