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Dayton Boots

Charlie Wohlford started Dayton Boots in the winter of 1946. The first boots made in this company based in British Columbia, Canada, was logging boots. Dayton began to make western, service, and lightweight boots in the 1960s. In 1978 Dayton introduced the double-soled Classic Engineer boot. Thanks to their comfort, durability and classic styling - Dayton’s have enjoyed a cult like following that’s grown by word of mouth from industry and casual users alike.

Styles of boots made: western and motorcycle boots.

Value: Dayton boots present a good value. The boots are constructed of superb quality leather and materials. Dayton boots are made using both machine and hand-crafting methods in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Availability: These boots are available from licensed vendors and directly from the company via its website.

Custom sizing: Not available.

Sizing note: Men's boots only come in “E” width.

How to order: Try on and purchase in selected brick-and-mortar stores or from the manufacturer.

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