Thorogood Leather Boots | Mondovi, Kenosha and Beloit Boots

from $195

You might remember when we covered the Thorogood Dodgeville Boots, great looking leather boots from a company that started crafting them more than a century ago. In fact, by 1916 this Wisconsin-based factory produced 20,000 pairs a day. Today, we’ll introduce a few other Thorogood models that are definitely worth a mention.

Let us start with the Mondovi Boot. Inspired by the classic work boot, it’s long lasting and timeless. Just like the rest of their boots, it uses high-quality materials like genuine Horween leather. Besides the leather, it also features a Goodyear welt construction as well as the polyurethane outsole for great levels of traction.

black Thorogood Monovi boot

The Mondovi boot is handcrafted in the USA using high-quality materials and same techniques as was done more than 100 years ago.

Similar to the previous model, Kenosha Boot has a Thorogood’s 1892 collection inspired design. It comes with a full grain leather upper combined with the 3M Defender coating. What it does is it keeps the boot water, oil and stain repellent while at the same time being environmentally friendly and non-toxic. The brick red rubber outsole is there to make the boot even more tough and durable.

Thorogood Kenosha Boot

The leather Kenosha boot follows an iconic classical style and truly are timeless.

The last model we’re talking about today is the Beloit Boot. Following the iconic style of the No.60 Last and handcrafted as the previous two, Beloit features genuine Horween Chromexcel leather upper. Unlike the rubber outsole, this one is made from nitrile cork. This boot will provide you with a lifetime of comfort and style. A tip when choosing your size- they fit one size large so if, for example, you wear a size 10 it would be best to order the size 9.

Get it from Huckberry here

three images of Thorogood Beloit Boot

The Beloit boot is comfortable, stable, and will last a lifetime. Available in a few natural leather colors.

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