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Oak Street Bootmakers Trench Boot Natural Chromexcel Oak Street Bootmakers Trench Boot Natural Chromexcel Oak Street Bootmakers Trench Boot Natural Chromexcel
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Oak Street Bootmakers

Goodyear Welt Construction. Horween® Chromexcel® Leather. Partially-Structured Toe. Leather Sole. Stacked Leather Heel with Vibram® Toplift. Barbour® Welt. Calfskin Vamp Lining. Tone-On-Tone Stitching. Antique Brass Eyelets. Rawhide Laces.

Made in USA

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Oak Street Bootmakers Trench Boot Natural Chromexcel
$426.00
Color
Natural

True-to-Size: The Trench Boot runs true-to-size. If you measure as a 9.5 on a Brannock Device, we suggest you purchase a 9.5. We recommend a snug fit as the shoe will stretch to conform to your foot.

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The Trench Boot by Oak Street Bootmakers

Based on the WWI US Army M1918 Boot. True Goodyear Welt construction with Barbour® welt. Calfskin vamp lining with a partially-structured toe. Brass eyelets with rawhide laces. Fully recraftable. Handcrafted in the USA.

Elston Last

Developed to embody the character of Chicago, the Elston last is engineered specifically for our line of Everyday Boots, providing exceptional all-day comfort for nearly all foot types with a generous toe box.

Leather Sole with Vibram Toplift

Oak Street Bootmakers leather soles are designed and manufactured alongside their footwear to our exacting specifications for comfort and durability. Each sole is created from the bottom-up, using no pre-assembled components. Paired to a stacked leather heel with Vibram® toplift, each sole is treated with oil for flexibility and water-resistance.

Horween® Chromexcel® Leather

Chromexcel is made using time-honored, 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. More than any of that, Chromexcel was made famous by its patina—the unique character of each hide which comes to life with wear.