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Camp Boot

Brown Chromexcel
$368.00

Half-Down: This leather will noticeably stretch and conform to your foot with wear. For a snug and secure fit, we recommend sizing down one half size from your "true" size as measured on the Brannock Device or your typical size in dress shoes or other fine footwear. When it comes to moccasins, those who plan on wearing thick socks or who generally prefer a looser and more casual fit, we suggest selecting your true size.

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Camp Boot

Camp Boot SVIG Cortina Cork Sole Technical Drawing

Genuine Handsewn Construction. Horween® Chromexcel® Leather. SVIG Cortina Cork Lugged Sole. Water-Resistant Seams Bound by Waxed Natural Handsewn Thread & Tone-On-Tone Stitching. Unlined Form-Fitting Inner. Rawhide Laces.

<em>Camp Boot in Brown Chromexcel</em> features Double-Vamp Mudguard Upper with Pull-Ups & Polished Brass Eyelets.

<em>Camp Boot in Natural Chromexcel</em> features Single-Vamp Classic Upper with Pull-Ups & Antique Brass Eyelets.

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555 Last

Oak Street Bootmakers 555 Last Technical Drawing

The 555 Last is the classic New England moccasin last. Its medium width and broad toe provide exceptional comfort for nearly all foot types and its shape is well known to generations of outdoorsman from Down East.

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SVIG Cortina Cork Sole

SVIG introduced its Cortina sole to commemorate the 1956 Winter Games in Cortina, Italy. A durable, but lightweight rubber-cork compound is molded in Italy with lugs to provide exceptional traction and shock absorption. The result is a sole as light as many contemporary EVA foam soles, but of a compound that maintains its grip with wear, is dense enough to keep-out sand and water. This proprietary rubber is infused with cork to absorb shock and molded with deep and tactile lugs that ensure stability on sandy trails, branch-laden forest floors, marshy turf, muddy or frozen riverbanks, and even slick piers and boat decks.

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Horween® Chromexcel®

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Chromexcel is made using proprietary techniques and formulas developed over 100 years ago in a factory still owned and operated by the Horween family in Chicago. It's characterized by a rich pull-up in full aniline, hand-rubbed finish, superior comfort, and durability. Chromexcel was made famous by its patina—the unique character of each hide which comes to life with wear.

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More than Made in USA

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We are 100% committed to manufacturing all our footwear and accessories in the United States.

Fully Recraftable

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All our footwear is 100% recraftable, meaning it can be re-soled again and again.