Chippewa Service Boots


A winter without boots is like a lock without a key – you don’t want to be stuck outside looking in. So make haste with a pair of cold weather stompers from Chippewa. Their Service Boot is a classic plain toe that’s made in the USA and has everything you’d expect in a heritage-style boot: brass eyelets, goodyear welt, leather-lining, and a Vibram sole. It also comes in five different leathers, including full grain Cordovan, which, amazingly, is the same price as the rest. Easy decision there.

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  • Brian

    Cordovan is just the color here, there’s no reason for it to cost more.

  • http://www.well-spent.com Michael N.

    @Brian, On the contrary, sir.

    http://www.chippewaboots.com/footwear/original/general-utility/1901M25/

    Full-grain, American hide Cordovan.

  • Nolan

    Those are clearly NOT SHELL CORDOVAN. They’re #8 Horween Chromexcel. You should probably let Chippewa know this but the person writing this article should know they’re not Shell Cordovan. If they were, they’d be approx $600+.

  • Engar

    Not all the cordovan is shell.

  • Mike

    Bought a pair of Chippewa a few years back before this big brand resurgence. At that point this same service boot cost all of $120 so it was a great deal. Add the words ‘heritage” or “classic” to the label and it will now cost you $250+. Ah marketing