Uncrate Taps Oak Street to Help Make a Bison Leather Boot That's Built to Last
These are meant to be worn on the frontier.
Men’s magazine Uncrate has teamed up with the bootmaking specialists at Oak Street to bring a durable hunting boot to life. The black bison leather silhouette is inspired by the New England Guidesmen’s Ranger boots that were worn back in the 1930s and ’40s and features moccasin-style construction, wax stitching and rawhide laces. The pair sits on Vibram outsoles for extra cushion in the wilderness, while Rollmoc construction ensures water resistance. The end product is one rooted in American heritage and century-old shoe-making techniques while ensuring your very own pair will prove a worthy and worthwhile investment. The Hunt boots are available now from Oak Street for $350 USD.