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Fire Hybrid

Price: $449.95
Designed for an easier break in period, and built for enhanced footing against the unpredictable terrain of the wild, this boot is built to keep you on your feet at all times. After several years of testing this boot against the highest NFPA standards, we're proud to introduce our new Fire Hybrid. Hand-crafted with McKay Stitchdown Construction in our Spokane factory, the Fire Hybrid offers a block heel and side hill traction for increased stability, cleats on the heel and toe for better incline support, and military grade 360 lugs to keep the sole free of debris. Coming to you by way of our top bootmakers, welcome to the next generation of fire boots. 

SPECS
  • Model C295H
  • NFPA Certified
  • McKay Stitchdown Construction
  • Rebuildable/Resoleable
  • 8" full grain water-resistant leather upper with padded collar.
  • Leather midsole and shank.
  • White's New Proprietary Fire & Ice white dot Hybrid Sole by Vibram®
  • Fire resistant Technora® thread.
  • Unstructured Toe Box
  • Built on the 610 Last.
  • Ortholite® cushioned insert
  • Built to last.

Purchase



Fit Guide

White's boot lasts run large. This means most people should take a half size down from their natural shoe size, or Brannock measurement. On our highest arched lasts, a full size may be necessary, as the arch support shortens the overall length of the foot during wear.

For more information on precise home measurement, visit our comprehensive Fit Guide

Last Guide

A close sibling of our Northwest Last, the 610 combines a flat arch with a deep and wide toe-box to offer a sturdy, roughcut look, and a minimal break-in period. Developed for our line of Foreman work boots, this last quickly became a favorite among employees and customers alike.

To compare other lasts in our offerings, visit our Last Guide

Custom

All our boots can be customized to suit your preferences. For more information, please call our order department at 800-541-3786.

Construction

The McKay Stitchdown Construction type offers a more secure fit and feel than a Goodyear Welted boot, but takes much less time to manufacture than our true hand-sewn stitchdowns. Still hand-lasted and hand-bottomed, the liner of our stitchdown boots is glued down or stitched down (using a Mckay lock-stitch) to the bottom of the insole. Then the vamp is turned out, and the midsole and bottom are machine-stitched together through the vamp. Removing the hand-welting process shortens the production time significantly, allowing us to offer a rugged, comfortable boot without the high price of a truly hand-sewn boot.
Work hard; wear White's.
 
WHITE'S BOOTS, INC.
4002 E Ferry Ave, Spokane, WA, 99202 ∼ 800-541-3786
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