Our Story

Parkhurst was born with a mission for its first phase: to manufacture high-quality, good-looking Goodyear welted boots right here in America, and sell them at as competitive a price as we possibly can.

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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, drastically extending their life. Our boots are re-craft-able as well.


Our customers are our priority. We work closely with them to figure out the right size and style that works for them. Aside from being able to re-sole their worn boots, we ask them exactly what they want, and do our best to accommodate their wishes. 


A quality boot for any occasion 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, outsole etc.) right in the mid- $300 price range - and make it in the USA.

Made In America

We believe in manufacturing as much in the USA as possible because too many manufacturing jobs have been lost over the past several decades due to outsourcing.

While we work with other factories and manufacturers both inside and outside of the USA for certain components, all Parkhurst boots are currently assembled by 8 skilled craftspeople in a small factory here in Western New York. From leather to laces, we believe in sourcing all of our components from American manufacturers when available in order to support jobs in this industry as much as we can. Is it a revolutionary idea? No. But we believe it's a small step in the right direction.


While we design our boots 100% in-house, 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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