Not up to Chippewa stndards
Reviewed by OBX Koastie from VA on Friday, September 15, 2017
These were sold as "Irregulars" and we understood that. My son ordered these to use as climbing boots as they appeared to be well made and the fact they were Made in the USA was even more encouraging. Their original list price was higher than the Carolina Boots that lasted him for over three years. He has worn these a total of three times and the soles are already coming apart. He is going to try epoxying the soles where they are coming loose but if that doesn't work I am going to see about returning them but am not holding my breath.