A BOOT OR A SNEAKER?
With a silhouette that's a cross between a sneaker and boot, it’s no surprise that the Field Boot conquered both the woods and asphalt, becoming a favored choice for hikers, hunters and sneaker connoisseurs alike.
Hunters referred to it as the “sneaker boot” for its lightweight yet durable construction, while the streetwear set viewed it similar to a basketball sneaker. Its thick padded collar and a height that was neither traditional boot nor chukka extended its appeal from the outdoors, to the city and beyond.
Offering both versatility and adaptive style, the Field Boot proved to be the perfect option to keep feet dry and comfortable in unpredictable conditions and its modern silhouette allowed it to be dressed up or dressed down for a variety of occasions.
Fast forward thirty years, and the Field Boot is still an enduring footwear style, evolving in a multitude of new materials and rich leathers for fall 2016. New applications and colors sit alongside classic favorites like the signature wheat and beef and broccoli colorways.