Frye Dark Brown Boot

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    $611.00
    More Details Frye special edition leather boot with stitched Stars and Stripes motif. 1 3/4" stacked heel. Round toe. Buckle strap at ankle. Buckle-strap at top of shaft. 13 1/2" height; 13 1/2" circumference. Leather lining and insole. "150 Anniversary" leather sole. Imported of Italian material. About Frye:John A. Frye founded Frye in 1863, making it the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. From pioneers heading out West to World War II generals, Frye ...
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    More Details Frye leather work boot.2 1/4" hidden interior wedge.Approx. 14"H shaft; 15" circum.Lace-up front with top hooks.Interior side zip.Apron toe.1" rubber sole."Dakota" is imported. About Frye:John A. Frye founded Frye in 1863, making it the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. From pioneers heading out West to World War II generals, Frye boots have been intertwined with U.S. history. Today, the line includes full collections of shoes for men and women that reflect ...
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    $575.00
    More Details Frye antiqued, polished leather boot with antique brass hardware.1.5" stacked heel; 10"H shaft; 14.8" circ.Round toe.Buckle straps on shaft.Pull-on style.Padded footbed.Goodyear welt construction."Engineer Artisanal" is made in USA. About Frye:John A. Frye founded Frye in 1863, making it the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. From pioneers heading out West to World War II generals, Frye boots have been intertwined with U.S. history. Today, the line includes full ...
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    $449.00
    More Details Frye grained leather riding boot with aged brass hardware.1" flat stacked heel.Tonal topstitching; reinforced backstay.15.3"H slip-on shaft with sloped back.Two decorative buckled straps.15" circumference.Leather lining and sole."Dorado" is imported. About Frye:John A. Frye founded Frye in 1863, making it the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. From pioneers heading out West to World War II generals, Frye boots have been intertwined with U.S. history. Today, the ...
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