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|12-16-2015, 06:10 PM||#1|
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Harley-Davidson Jutland Boot
Heritage is a term that you see thrown around a lot these days, but it generally just means high quality materials and a simple, timeless design. Manufactured by Wolverine, a company that has been around since the late 1800's, Harley-Davidson Footwear is not only pulling from the style and heritage of H-D, but the quality and performance of Wolverine as well.
The Jutland boot is constructed of a full-grain leather upper with a full length cushion sock lining. A rubber outsole with cement construction help you grip the road. The Jutland Boot is part of Harley-Davidson's lifestyle collection, so they are not designed specifically to be riding boots. There is no toe, ankle or heel protection and the lace-up style lets a lot of wind through the laces while riding, but if you're looking for a casual boot that is comfortable and more than capable for short rides, the Jutland is a perfect fit.
I love the unique toe shape on this boot and they have quickly become my go-to for fair weather days with light riding.
For more information on this and other boots from Harley-Davidson Footwear, visit their website Harley-DavidsonFootwear.com
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