Our Goal

To manufacture Goodyear-welted boots with soul and a quality build. We do this by developing our own lasts, moldings and patterns while working with industry renowned suppliers in the U.S. and Spain.

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The details are in the build


All Parkhurst boots are Goodyear-welted, the process used to make some of the world’s highest-quality footwear since the mid-1800's Not only does this construction produce an incredibly sturdy boot - it also allows them to be re-soled time and again, extending their life. Our boots are re-craft-able as well so you can feel confident taking them to your local cobbler when it's time for some maintenance.


Our customers are our priority. We work closely with them before and after purchasing to figure out the right size and style which works for them.

Feel free to reach out to info@parkhurstbrand.com for anything you may have a question regarding.


For many of us, a quality boot is an investment. Naturally there are many different price points and materials used in any boot on the market. Our goal is to offer a nearly all leather boot (with the exception of items such as the eyelets, laces, outsoles etc.) right in the mid-to high $300 price range. We source our materials and labor from industry renowned factories/suppliers both in the U.S. and Spain.

Made In New York and Spain

Our boots are built both in the U.S. and Spain. Naturally, there are some styles which cannot be produced here from start to finish up to the quality level required, mainly due to lack of availability in technology, labor and components. We therefore rely on the help of our partner factory in Spain who has all of these to produce our boots up to the level of quality demanded.

So what's the bottom line? Your boots will always be built in a region known for footwear production with sturdy, quality components and build.


While we design our boots 100% in-house here in Buffalo, NY, all Parkhurst boots are rooted in timeless, beautiful and versatile designs. But we let you decide how far you want to push your personal style—by using everything from time-honored Horween leathers like Chromexcel, to one-of-a-kind colors of incredible kudu leather from C.F. Stead. 

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