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AWC Foreman - Vibram Christy - Black & Brown CXL Horsehide

$725.00

Description

The Wesco x Iron Heart x Division Road AWC Foreman designed in Black and Brown Chromexcel Horsehide with a Black Vibram Christy sole is based on a camouflage palette that infuses military, workwear, and moto club inspirations, materials, and production techniques to create an evolved collectable for our Division Road Army on their journey from the barrack to the battlefield. This Army Work Club capsule collection exclusive, produced in collaboration with Wesco and Iron Heart, utilizes Horween's signature and century-old combination pull-up Chromexcel tannage recipe on horse hides that have been packed with oil and greases to yield a dense, durable, and flexible leather. Inspired by the Lace-to-Toe Jobmaster pattern initially worn by lineman and loggers starting a century ago, the configuration allowed for greater accuracy when adjusting fit to account for various conditions of use, foot swelling, or injury. The AWC Foreman is a workman-to-road warrior styled boot that speaks to the heritage of the West Coast Shoe Company and their re-buildable footwear, made for industrial work environments with expert refinement. This limited two-tone design uses Brown CXL Horsehide for the quarter, tongue, and backstay to contrast the Black CXL Horsehide vamp and counter, both single struck dyed with a natural core to allow the CXL Horsehide to tonally correlate through hard wear and regular use; the Black will ebonize and the Brown will burnish as the horsehide grain continues to reveal for a new twist on a classic. Framed with specifications that hallmark a quintessential American boot in terms of history, styling, construction, and durability, Nordic brass eyelets and a fully gusseted tongue are grounded with a black leather midsole atop a US made Vibram 4014 Christy Sole, contrasted by a heavy duty natural white thread that relates to the unique double Rapid E stitchdown, thus creating a commanding workhorse that, once broken-in, will wear well for life. Made as an unapologetic work boot to Wesco's century-old standards and customized to Division Road and Iron Heart specifications, a collaboration logo with vintage Wesco lettering and the iconic Iron Heart winged Bell is encircled by the Division Road mark and stamped on each quarter panel. Commemorating the Army Work Club collection and the style soldier for which the Foreman is designed to serve, a militaria inspired Wesco and DRA Corps embroidered triangle tribute badge is included for various assemblies to signify your cult collector rank.

Specs

  • Exclusive to Division Road
  • Black & Brown Chromexcel Horsehide Leather - Horween (USA)
  • 7" Height
  • Lace to Toe Jobmaster Upper
  • 65 Last - D Width
  • Unlined
  • Partial Structured Toe
  • Nordic Brass Eyelets
  • Gusseted Tongue
  • Black Leather Midsole
  • Vibram® 4014 Christy Sole
  • Multi-panelled Upper Construction
  • Steel Shank with Full Leather Insole
  • Natural & Black Rawhide Laces
  • Brown & Black CXL Horsehide Kilties
  • Double Rapid E Stitch
  • Stitchdown Construction
  • W x IH x DR Collaboration Stamp
  • Wesco & DRA Embroidered Triangle Tribute Badge
  • Limited Release
  • Made in the USA 

    Sizing

    Wesco sizing will be varied depending on the Last, leather, and patterns used. The 65 Last in this D width has a very similar size conversion and generally is equal to a Viberg 2030/1035/2040, Alden Trubalance, or Tricker's 4497s for most feet. As a general rule when sizing for Wesco, we suggest you select a half (.5) size down from a common US boot or shoe, or (1-1.5) sizes down from a US sneaker.

    For additional information consult our Sizing Guide.

    Please Contact Us for additional assistance.

    About Wesco

    Founded in 1918 by none other than John Shoemaker, Wesco Boots earned an indelible, rough and tumble reputation in the outdoors almost a century ago when they first appeared on the muddy slopes of Oregon’s timber camps. Today, this family-owned business builds uncompromising footwear in terms of material quality and craftsmanship, executed for customers all over the world from their original location in Scappoose, Oregon. This legacy is approaching the one century mark of manufacturing with methods like stitchdown construction... View All Wesco Products