Dayton Bourbon Service Boot
Dayton Boots started in the winter of 1946, with the expansion of the British Columbia Coastal Foresting Industry. They gained a quick reputation for repairing loggers' boots to a quality better than when new, and after the end of World War II began handcrafting their own Forestry Boots. Their name quickly spread as the 'best logging boot' in the world, and soon became the choice for loggers, construction workers, firemen, police men and motorcyclists alike. The Dayton boot was built for anywhere that tough, durable footwear is required, and today the company continues to handcraft their boots with the same care and quality as in 1946. The 6-inch Service Ankle Boot was inspired by their original loggers boot. The lace up closure with counter piece ensures extra durability while a bellows tongue keeps any water out - making this boot ideal for city or mountain. Comes in black or brown oil tan leather, your choice of leather or Vibram outsole and leather laces. Proudly made in Canada.