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Sawyer Steel Toe

Price: $349.95
The Sawyer is built to be every bit as tough as you are, no matter the challenge. Fitted with a steel toe and built on one of our 5 original Arch-Ease® lasts, this logger boot offers our trademark comfort and safety at an entry-level price. No matter the price point, we set out to make the best boot in the industry and we’ve done it again with our Goodyear Welted Sawyer.

SPECS

  • Model H7806ST
  • Goodyear Welted
  • Resoleable
  • 10" full grain water-resistant leather upper.
  • Leather midsole and shank.
  • Vibram® Lug sole.
  • ASTM-F2413-11 steel toe
  • Built on the 55 Arch-Ease® last (call for special order widths).
  • Built to last.

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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

The 55 Arch-Ease Last is our second most popular last behind the Smokejumper 4811 Last. It provides a slightly lower arch than the 4811, and a roomier toe-box. 

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

A Goodyear Welt, the gold standard of boot construction at most companies, is a hallmark of quality at an affordable price at White’s. Pairing fast and precise machine welting with our trademark hand-bottoming process, our Goodyear Welted construction offers a cost-effective, comfortable option without the long wait time associated with our true hand-sewn stitchdown boots.
Work hard; wear White's.
 
WHITE'S BOOTS, INC.
4002 E Ferry Ave, Spokane, WA, 99202 ∼ 800-541-3786
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