The Delaware - Natural Chromexcel

$298

Boot and Leather

This boot was crafted with the Delaware pattern - a brogue cap toe pattern meant to be more dress than casual, but not overly dressy. Natural Chromexcel is an oil-tanned leather from the famous Horween tannery in Chicago. It is a staple leather to have as part of your boot collection because aside from it being a great "in-between" brown color, it ages with plenty of character. Natural-colored leather will typically have variations and these are a large part of what makes this leather so distinctive and desired.

Leather care

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Have a question before, during or after your purchase? Reach out to us at info@parkhurstbrand.com and we would be happy to assist you.

Construction – Goodyear welted with natural cork and shank

Upper – Natural Chromexcel from Horween

Insole – Hand-sewn leather + heel to arch cushioning system 

Hardware – 4 eyelets, 3 speedhooks

Laces – Flat waxed

Welt – Vegetable tanned leather 

Midsole – Vegetable tanned leather 

Sole/Heel - Dainite Rubber

Our sizing runs typically one full standard (D width) size larger than your average sneaker size and about one half size larger than your typical Brannock measurement for D widths. If you are a single E width or are looking for a bit of extra space or volume without sacrificing overall fit, we suggest ordering your Brannock size or size down a half size from your average sneaker size. It is best to try on and wear our boots for the first few wears with dress or thin socks in order to get the best fit, break-in and feel for the boot.

Sizing can be particular for each individual and we are more than happy to help you determine the correct size in our boots. If you have any questions regarding sizing please contact us prior to purchasing at info@parkhurstbrand.com. We can also assist in identifying the right size for you based off of what you wear in other brands of footwear.

We believe in making our product in the U.S. to help revive the American manufacturing industry. The materials used to make this boot came from the below states:

Wisconsin, Ohio, Illinois, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.

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