Frye Campus 14L Iconic Tall Boots for Women Crafted from Frye’s Signature Montana Leather with Goodyear Welt Construction and Stacked Leather Heel – 13” Shaft Height

Price: $458.00
(as of Nov 18,2022 19:45:27 UTC – Details)

The Frye Company For more than 153 years, Frye craftsmen have been dedicated to the art of shoemaking, creating modern patterns, discovering materials and even inventing machinery. Rooted in authentic American heritage, The Frye Company uses the best leathers, designs and innovations in the pursuit of timeless, artisanal style. Frye boots were worn by soldiers on both sides of America’s Civil War, soldiers in the Spanish-American war, and by Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders. When homesteading drew adventurous New England families to the West during the mid and late 1800’s many of the pioneers wore Frye Boots for the long journey. Today Frye remains true to its roots with its line of heritage boots, but continues to innovate as it introduces chic new handbags, pumps, and sandals to its collection. Frye’s mission, to make iconic leather goods that endure, has remained unchanged throughout its storied history. Campus 14L An American symbol of rebellion and freedom, The Campus 14L is our quintessential icon. Crafted from our signature crunch leather, these knee high boots are well-known both on and off campus. The handcrafted silhouette and chunky toe paired with a stacked heel will get you to your destination, come rain or shine. Made in USA and sourced from domestic and imported products.
Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 12 x 4 x 8 inches; 3.38 Pounds
Item model number ‏ : ‎ 3477050-DBN
Department ‏ : ‎ Womens
Date First Available ‏ : ‎ October 20, 2006
Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Frye
ASIN ‏ : ‎ B000AK411O

Man Made sole
Shaft measures approximately 13.75″ from arch
Heel measures approximately 2″
Boot opening measures approximately 16″ around
AMERICAN MADE WITH SIGNATURE MONTANA LEATHER that is placed in a huge vat, mixed with dark colors and then hang dried for a crunch effect
THESE ICONIC women’s knee-high boots were reintroduced in the 1960’s, and fast became an all-American symbol of freedom and rebellion

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