White's Boots Original Smoke Jumper

From woodland fire fighters to experienced hunters, every outdoorsman needs a boot that can stand up to the rigors of the trail, and this Pacific Northwest legend has a perfect record. Blaze any trail you like, this boot will see you through.
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The Smokejumper can truly be called “the original” fire boot - it set the industry standard in forestry. From woodland fire fighters to experienced hunters, every outdoorsman needs a boot that can stand up to the rigors of the trail, and this Pacific Northwest legend has a perfect record. Blaze any trail you like, this boot will see you through.  

  • Hand-sewn
  • Stitchdown Construction
  • Rebuildable/Resoleable
  • Customizable

Specs:

  • 10" full grain water-resistant leather upper.
  • Leather midsole and shank.
  • Vibram® fire and ice white dot sole.
  • Fireproof Technora® thread.
  • Reinforced toe box (400VLTT model only).
  • Built on the 4811 Last.


Since our boots run a little large, we suggest that you order boots 1/2 size shorter than your normal purchase. If you are concerned about the fit, we recommend that you send in tracings and measurements from our Foot Measuring Sheet.For questions please call our customer service at 1-800-541-3786

 

Life or death. White's Smoke Jumpers have often made the difference. Firefighters and smokejumpers have long depended on White's Boots to get them through the toughest conditions. Now available in a lace-to-toe design for firm ankle support and adjustment, plus a deep-tread Vibram® outsole for excellent traction. So if your job puts your life on the 
line, trust in a pair of White's Smoke Jumpers.

Best of all, wearing a new pair of White's will allow you to feel the extra Arch Ease™ support missing from ordinary boots, especially when you lift heavy objects or put pressure on your feet. To appreciate this natural phenomenon, take a moment to sit down. Now cross your legs and relax. Notice the angle formed by your leg and foot. As customarily believed, it is not a right angle. Instead, your relaxed foot points slightly downward. In fact you can see your foot's relaxed angle detailed in our Arch Ease™ illustration. Observe the high heel and arch supporting the foot in its natural resting position. This critical heel placement affords generous arch support when positioned well under the weight-bearing bones of the leg. Setting the heel ahead also shortens the arch, adding dramatic strength.

This boot meets or exceeds requirements of the NFPA Standard on Protective Clothing and Equipment for Wildland Fire Fighting
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