White's Boots (makers of boots with the name “White's” and “Hathorn”) are made in Spokane, Washington, USA.
White's Boots began in the logging country of West Virginia before the U.S. Civil War (before 1861). It was there that Otto White's father & grandfather made calked boots for the logging industry. In 1902, the tradition was carried west when Otto and his father moved to St. Maries, Idaho. Then in 1915 they moved to Spokane, Washington, where the company has remained since.
White's boots are known for exceptional quality and durability for men who work in the logging industry and related fields where tough work boots are required.
Styles of boots made: work boots (smokejumper, lineman, logger, packer, hunting boots) and motorcycle boots (engineer style called “Nomad”).
Value: White's boots present excellent value the price paid. The boots are constructed of superb quality leather and materials. White's boots are made in the U.S.A. Boots are made by mechanical and hand methods.
Availability: From the company directly and some licensed third-party vendors.
Custom sizing: Available using measurement forms provided by the factory.
How to order: Try on and purchase in brick-and-mortar stores or from the company directly in Spokane.