Taylor Stitch x White’s Boots Backcountry Boots

For nearly 170 years, White’s has been making some of the finest work boots known to man. The brand’s flagship model 610 Last is indicative of the Spokane-based outfit’s propensity for crafting heritage-quality footwear. There’s no doubt that fellow West Coast native Taylor Stitch turned to White’s for his latest heritage boot.

Photo: Taylor Point | White’s Boots

Earning a reputation of its own in just a decade and a half, Taylor Stitch of San Francisco has perfected the art of imbuing an edgy mood into age-old silhouettes. The brand has pledged that its new Backcountry boot in whiskey brown will be its “most capable boot yet”, built on the 610 Last and made entirely in Spokane where it is fitted and pressed in by hand.

Photo: Taylor Point | White’s Boots

Using Seidel leather and White’s signature stitched construction, the Backcountry boot will skate over time and the Arch-ease leather upper and midsole will mold to your foot as you wear it. Other features include a Vibram lug sole, gusseted tongue with embossed names of both brands, oxidized metal eyelets and speed hooks, and a fully resealable bottom.

Photo: Taylor Point | White’s Boots

Taylor Stitch and White’s American-made Backcountry boot is currently available for $698 as part of a crowdfunding pre-sale campaign.

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