Saturday, August 11, 2012


These are the types of boots I like to archive here on VEB.  They're deadstock, so all the reference markings are there.  This helps as a proof source for those looking to buy a pair of Vintage Engineer Boots and aren't too comfortable with a sellers claim that "These Engineer Boots are DEFINITELY from the 1930's...even 1920's."  Really??

I have years of archived boots on this blog, so don't be fooled by false facts.  If you can't find the information you're looking for, drop me a line.

Brand: Chippewa
Circa: Late 1960's
Color: Black
Size: 9EE
Length: 11 3/4"
Width: 4 1/2"
Soles: Full Composition Neoprene/Nitrene
Leather: Cowhide
Hardware: Nickel
Sold for: $455.00 / 16 Bids

Not much has been changed with the modern-day 27899 model

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