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Wesco Packhorse - Vibram 700 - Brown Domain Roughout


Packhorse - Vibram 700 - Brown Domain Roughout



The Wesco x Division Road Packhorse Boot out of brown domain roughout leather with a Vibram 700 sole is a quintessential American boot in terms of history, styling, construction and durability. Designed with Chris Warren, who has been with the company since his youth, we utilized the Packer upper with a regular toe to introduce a style that speaks to the heritage of the West Coast Shoe Company and their full-leather stitchdown construction that delivers comfortable strength. Packer boots were initially worn by soldiers in the Army during the 1800’s and transitioned into a style discovered to be suitable for ranching, hence the name Packhorse Boots. Constructed from Seidel's brown pull-up domain leather, flipped on the roughout side with a cap toe for stylish reinforcement, which combines with vintage inspired details like natural leather midsoles, a gusseted tongue, and a quad to double stitched upper to create a workhorse that, once broken-in, will wear well for life. Whether riding a Scrambler or thoroughbred this boot is built for the outdoors but possesses a refined aesthetic suitable for the city.


  • Brown Domain Roughout – Seidel (USA)
  • 8" Height
  • MP 1339 Last - D Width
  • Unlined
  • Packer Upper with Regular Toe
  • Straight Cap Toe
  • Vibram® #700 Sole
  • Natural Midsole & Heel
  • Standard Heel Height
  • Brass Eyelets
  • Gusseted Tongue
  • Partial Structured Toe
  • Multi-panelled Upper Construction
  • Steel Shank with Full Leather Insole
  • Rawhide Leather and Tan & Yellow Workman Laces
  • Brown Domain Kiltie
  • Stitchdown Construction
  • Made in the USA 


    Wesco sizing will be varied depending on the last, leather, and patterns used. The 1339 last in this D width has a very similar size conversion and is generally equal to a Viberg 2030, Alden Barrie, or Tricker's 4497s for a narrower foot, or a half (.5) size up for a wider foot. 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.

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    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