STYLE NO. 2953 : ROVER
The 2953 6-inch Rover features our Hawthorne Muleskinner leather with Goodyear welt and Puritan triple stitch construction atop a Coffee Cushion Crepe Wedge sole.
THE HISTORY BEHIND THE STYLEThe Rover was a name given to machine operators in early twentieth-century cotton mills and is also the name of our 6-inch round toe work boot. Made with premium leather from our tannery, and our Cushion Crepe shock-absorbing sole, this boot is built for comfort. The sole was first introduced on our work boots in 1952 and was found on our venerable No. 766 Cush-N-Crepe All Around Work Shoe up until the 1980s.
Roughout leather is created using a reverse-suede technique at our very own S.B. Foot Tanning Co. While most tanneries split, thin and weaken the hide to create the rough suede surface, we simply use the other side of the hide. By doing so, we avoid splitting or thinning our full-grain hides. This makes our Roughout leather just as strong and durable as our other leathers.
|Leather:||Hawthorne Muleskinner Leather|
|Outsole:||Coffee Cushion Crepe|
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