The White's Boots tradition has its roots in the logging country of West Virginia dating back before the Civil War. It was there that Otto White's father and grandfather made calked boots for the logging industry that became White’s Boots. After settling in Spoke, Washington in 1915, the White’s Boots business flourished. Otto White's desire was a simple one: To make the finest work boots in the world! His ambition drove Otto to excel at his craft through insistence of incredible quality which catapulted White's Boots’ reputation through every pair of boots produced.
Soon, the Northwest loggers became big fans of White's Boots. They were tough on boots, but they had never seen anything like the tough-as-nails boots that Otto and his crew put together. White’s logging boots became the go-to boot for an entire industry and making the name synonymous with logging.
Thanks to Otto's un-bending standards of quality and his ability to train others by instilling the same pride of craftsmanship, the quality and tradition of White's Boots continues today. When you come to own a pair of White's, you'll sense that these are no ordinary boots. They are made of the very finest materials in the world and built with skills passed down through generations of craftsmen who are proud of the name.