White’s Boots Original Smoke Jumper is the wildland boot that sets the standard in the forest industry.
It’s been imitated by virtually every boot manufacturer in the world, but there is absolutely no comparison when it comes to the quality of materials and care in craftsmanship. Its unsurpassed heritage has spread from wildland fire fighters to hunters, construction workers to truckers, and others who live in their boots and expect the very best.
White’s Boots Original Smoke Jumper Specifications:
- Standard in 10″ height
- Standard in Black (premium full-grain, oil-tanned, water-resistant leather)
- Special order Brown, Elk Tan, or Distressed
- Standard in Smooth Texture
- Special order Rough side Out, or Rough Cut (rough-cut design is toe, heel counter, and backstay in roughout leather, the balance of boot in smooth leather).
- Optional ANSI-approved steel toe.
- Three rows of lock stitching for rock-solid durability
- Completely rebuildable for years of extended life and value
- Lace-in tongue guard and laces included
- Reinforced toe box
- Available sizes: 4 – 14, including half sizes widths: B, C, D, E, EE, F
- Meets or exceeds requirements of NFPA 1977, Standard on Protective Clothing and Equipment for Wildland Fire Fighting, 2005 Edition
WHITE’S BOOTS ARCH EASE™ SUPPORT
There’s never been anything quite like it for all-day comfort in a White’s Smoke Jumper Wildland Boot.
If your feet have ever suffered at the end of the day, you’ll find new comfort in White’s Boots. Why White’s? The reason is generations old: uncommon workmanship and White’s Boots Arch Ease™ Support – a design that duplicates the natural contour of your foot.
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. Your foot’s relaxed angle is 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.
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. Now, your feet will feel good at the end of a hard day! And that’s what White’s Boots are all about.