Hoffman Boots are made by a family owned and operated company located in Kellogg, Idaho, USA.
This company began making boots in 1926 primarily for the logging industry in the Northwestern United States. With industry expansion before and after World War II, additional styles of rugged work boots were made. The company is well-regarded for making very rugged, durable boots. Boots are made with heavy 7 to 7.5-oz oil-tanned leather.
Value: Hoffman boots are priced competitively for the market served – not cheap, but not extremely expensive. Buyers get excellent value for the price paid.
Styles of boots made: Logger, pole climbing, wildland firefighter, hunting, mining, and hiking.
Related boot lines: Hoffman Boots also sells some boots under these labels: Haix and La Sportiva.
Availability: factory direct and dozens of authorized vendors in the United States.
Custom sizing: Hoffman boot styles are available in standard “stock” sizing. Most men find that stock boots fit true-to-size.
How to order: Hoffman boots may be purchased from a vendor or the manufacturer.