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White's LTT Logger 375 - Vibram Mini Lug - Distressed Roughout & Crazy Chief


LTT Logger 375 - Vibram Mini Lug - Distressed Roughout & Crazy Chief



The White's x Division Road Distressed Roughout & Crazy Chief 375 Logger is a 7" Lace-to-Toe pattern inspired by original toe lace logger and lineman boots debuted by Otto White in the 1920’s that were popular with workman due to greater accuracy in adjusting fit based on the conditions of use, foot swelling, or injury. These Division Road White's are characterized by a textured and tonal combination of a Distressed Roughout for the vamp and counter while the quarter, tongue and back-stay utilize the Crazy Chief Dark Brown Distressed smooth side leather with a nubuck finish that will reveal two types of color coordinated patina with contrasting finishes, through years of hard wear and conditioning. These premium Seidel Tannery Oil Tan leathers have a high content of wax impregnated into the hides to yield robust protection in industrial work environments and against outdoor elements. Offering strength and a character-rich patina, these ingredients on the roughout flesh side produce an oily nap while the nubuck grain side allows those waxes to come to the surface. This boot is designed in collaboration with Master Shoemaker and now CEO, Eric Kinney, to hallmark the quintessentially Northwest stitchdown construction tradition using White's unique hand-sewn and all-leather builds with our functional design approach that honors the original craftsmanship, history, and lifetime durability with a fresh perspective. This LLT Logger uses the popular Arch-Ease 55 Last known for providing trademark support with a more approachable break-in and having an elegantly classic round toe shape with an accommodating forefoot and moderate profile that matches a wide variety of feet. We exclusively enhanced their hand-sewn welted methods with a tonally corresponding Natural CXL welt to match the natural finished leather midsole and sculpted logger heel that emphasizes their completely unique approach to making lifetime work boots. A multi-paneled upper allows for comprehensive rebuilds, and the low profile Vibram 430 Mini Lug Sole provides high traction and longevity for all terrains, combined with a single row hand-sewn stitchdown to allow for greater flexibly, comfort, and a clean aesthetic for the long-haul. Finally, this Logger comes with an outdoor-purposed, fully gusseted tongue for the rugged and is refined with brass eyelets and a leather heel pull, finished with a custom White's collar stamp and a WB x DR collaboration insole stamp. Made as a hallmark to White's unaltered, hand-sewn traditions and customized to Division Road specifications, this 375 Lace To Toe Logger is built for the woods in a polished aesthetic suitable for urban environs.


  • Distressed Roughout & Crazy Chief Leather – Seidel (USA)
  • Exclusive to Division Road
  • 7" Height
  • Lace to Toe
  • 55 Last - D Width
  • Unlined
  • Brass Eyelets
  • Gusseted Tongue
  • Leather Pull Loop
  • Single Structured Toe
  • Multi-paneled Upper Construction
  • Arch Ease Leather Shank
  • Cork Filled Insole
  • Natural CXL Hand Welt
  • Natural Leather Midsole & Heel
  • Vibram 430 Mini Lug Sole & Logger Heel
  • Natural Rawhide Leather and Flat Waxed Laces
  • Distressed Leather Kiltie
  • Custom Collar Stamp
  • White's x Division Road Collaboration Stamp
  • Hand Sewn Welt - Single Row Stitchdown Construction
  • Made in the USA 


    White's sizing is consistent to our old grade manufacturers and the 55 Last in this D width is frequently equal to a Viberg, Alden, or Tricker's for most feet. As a general rule when sizing for White's, we suggest you select a half (.5) size down from a common US boot like Red Wing, or one to one-and-a-half (1-1.5) sizes down from a US sneaker like Nike.

    For additional information consult our Sizing Guide.

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    About White's

    White’s Boots was founded in 1915 in Spokane, Washington by Otto White who came from a three-generation boot making tradition with an established reputation for producing some of the finest boot’s in North America, and remained active in the factory until his death in 1972. Always headed by a master shoemaker for over a century, White’s Boots has remained committed to the painstaking all-leather insole, midsole, shank construction that provides a solid and yet moldable foundation with a signature high... View All White's Products