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$1,200.00 USD
  • Customizations Available
  • Personal Customer Service Rep
  • Fit Consulation
  • One Boot per Hide
  • 2-3 Month Lead Time
  • Complimentary care kit

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 A tribute to nearly a century of craftsmanship and an unwavering commitment to excellence rooted in the Pacific Northwest. The 1925 draws inspiration from the rugged elegance of vintage PNW logging boots, weaving together heritage and modern sophistication.

1925 Last

The 1925's sleek almond-shaped toe profile, is a testament to its refined design. The tighter SPI of the single-row stitchdown on the welt not only adds an elegant touch but also pays homage to the traditional stitchdown work boots that form the foundation of this exceptional footwear.

JR Leather Outsole

The 1925 boasts JR oak tan leather outsoles and rubber dovetail heel caps each secured with solid brass nails.

Calfskin Lined

The fully calfskin-lined interior elevates the experience, enveloping your feet in unparalleled comfort.

The pièce de résistance?

Brass accents throughout the boot from the eyelets and bottoming nails culminate all to a signature solid brass plate sawed, inserted and sanded to shape into the leather heel stack, creating a distinctive feature that commands attention from every corner of the room.

The 1925 transcends the boundaries of PNW bootmaking, propelling the legacy of the last century to new heights. It's not just a boot; it's an embodiment of impeccable design, meticulous attention to detail, and an uncompromising commitment to the highest quality materials.

Available in Wickett & Craig Double Stuffed, Gallun Calfskin, and an extremely limited quantity of the coveted Horween shell. Elevate your style, embrace the legacy, and step confidently into the future with the 1925.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much do dress boots cost?

Dress boots vary widely in price depending on brand, materials, and craftsmanship. Entry-level or mid-range dress boots might range from $100 to $300, while high-end designer or bespoke options could cost upwards of $500 or more.

How do I care for dress boots?

Regular care involves cleaning with a soft brush or damp cloth, conditioning the leather to keep it supple, using shoe trees to maintain shape, and polishing to restore shine. For suede or exotic leathers, specific care products are recommended.

Can I wear dress boots in the rain or snow?

While some dress boots are more water-resistant, most aren't designed for prolonged exposure to heavy rain or snow. Applying a water-repellent spray and promptly drying them after exposure can help protect them to some extent.

What are some alternative options to dress boots?

Alternative footwear options include Oxford or Derby shoes, loafers, Chelsea boots, Chukka boots, or monk straps, each offering its unique style and versatility for different outfits and occasions.

What are the different types of leather used for dress boots?

Common leathers used in dress boots include full-grain, calfskin, suede, patent leather, and exotic leathers like alligator or ostrich, each offering distinct textures and appearances.

How do I tell if a pair of dress boots is well-made?

Check for quality features like welt stitching, premium leather, sturdy soles, proper lining, reinforced heel counters, and attention to detail in craftsmanship to determine if dress boots are well-made.

How do I break in a new pair of dress boots?

Gradually breaking in dress boots involves wearing them for short periods initially, using protective pads or band-aids for potential hotspots, and gradually increasing wear time to allow the boots to conform to your feet.

What are some tips for wearing dress boots with jeans?

Pairing dress boots with jeans creates a stylish look. Opt for slim or straight-leg jeans to showcase the boots, avoid bulky cuffs, and experiment with different denim washes to complement the boot color.

What color dress boots are the most versatile?

Neutral tones like black, brown, or tan are highly versatile and can be easily matched with various outfits, making them excellent choices for dress boots due to their adaptability.

Can I wear dress boots with shorts?

While unconventional, wearing dress boots with shorts can work for a fashion-forward look. To pull it off, opt for slim-fitting shorts and consider neutral-colored boots for a balanced and trendy appearance.