White’s Boots has been producing genuine heirloom-quality footwear since before the American Civil War. So, when Iron & Resin went looking for a respected company to collaborate on a pair of boots with, White’s was the obvious choice. And after previously teaming up with the Spokane-based brand on a pair of WWII American infantry-style boots, InR has once again joined forces with White’s to deliver a limited-edition version of the footwear firm’s Rambler field boots.
Built on the White’s 55 Arch Ease last, the InR Rambler boots feature 6” full-grain water-resistant leather uppers mated to grippy and oil-resistant Vibram 2021 Wedge Soles, along with eight brass eyelets (three of which are speed hooks), watertight half bellows tongues, Iron & Resin branding stamped into the interior’s sock liner, and an unstructured toe box. Completely rebuildable & re-soleable, each of these heritage-grade boots is made utilizing White’s hand-sewn stitchdown construction, and as such, every pair is hand-sewn, hand-lasted, hand-welted, and hand-bottomed. What’s more, the White’s x InR Rambler Boots are available in two variants, a Distressed Rough Out Seidel Tanned Leather version and a Brown Chromexcel Horween Leather-spec. Available for preorder now, the White’s Boots X InR Rambler Boots are priced at $589 — the same price as White’s regular Rambler boot.
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