All boot. No Bull. Like a fine wine, this plain toe lace-up boot gets better with age. Treading lightly is discouraged while wearing the Pfister. Every scuff, scratch, and mark adds character to this rugged heritage boot. Named for one of Milwaukee’s leading figures in the tanning and leather industry,…
Stand in what you stand for. Named for one of Milwaukee’s most vibrant neighborhoods, the Brady is your best bet for a boot that is laid-back and versatile in style. Handcrafted, lined, and padded with leather, the Brady’s EVA sole is welted to a premium leather-upper for that traditionally celebrated…
Less Chelsea, more Clybourn. Originating in Victorian England and later named for the posh neighborhood of Chelsea, London, we took the classic chelsea and handcrafted it to the tune of Milwaukee. We replaced the traditional elastic goring with side zippers for added character and easy on, easy off. Walk with…
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