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These USA-made boots are marketed as western-style work boots. They are similar in style to Chippewa Arroyos "rugged outdoor" boots.
These brown Double H boots are 12 inches high, have a "935 U" rounded toe, and are made of good-quality, moderately thick leather. The stacked heel is 1-5/8 inches high. The boots have a removable footbed with DRYZ® and Gel Cell™ insert in the heel for comfort.
The sole is what the manufacturer calls Oak Ice. It is just an ordinary rubber sole that provides low-to-moderate traction. This sole is not nearly as good as the Vibram® 430 sole on their Chippewa cousins.
These are definitely very comfortable boots. The only concern I have is that the boot shaft is more narrow than their Chippewa cousins as well. I also observe that the Chippewa boots are heavier and built more solidly. But for the price, these Double H boots are great. (Note: if you are comparing both brands, I recommend the Chippewa boots over the Double H. For about US$40 more for the Chips, you get a significantly better boot.)
And wearing with frayed jeans after they were broken in...