Frye Prison Boot

Frye is the oldest continuously operating shoe company in the United States. So it's no surprise that they dip into America's rich history from time to time for design inspiration. The Prison Boot is a great example, made using Horween leather and treated with a special hand-finish that evolves into an even more impressive boot with each wear. Each pair has a serial number stamped on the heel inspired by the same detail once used on prison issued boots of American inmates. Built to last using Goodyear welt construction, the Frye Prison Boot not only looks great out of the box but will develop additional character and style over time.

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