Since 1863, the Frye boot company has captured the spirit of Americana and maintained classic styles that represent the traditions of America’s Western history. Soldiers in the Spanish-American War and the Civil War wore Frye boots, not to mention Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders. Thousands of American soldiers during World War II also sported Frye’s Jet Boots, and The Smithsonian Institute holds a pair of Frye’s Campus Boots to represent 1960s America.
Today, Frye’s Harness Boots are the staple for their current style, walking down runways internationally. Frye Harness Boots have proven to be a staple in modern fashion. So what makes Frye boots so iconic in American culture? Check out the men’s and women’s styles and see for yourself how Frye masters traditional and fashionable footwear. Continue Reading >