Founded in 1863, worn by pioneers, cowboys, and American soldiers, Frye is the oldest continuously operating footwear brand in America. With their steadfast commitment to quality and painstaking attention to detail, it takes more than 190 steps to make one pair of Frye boots. Every boot is built to last with the highest quality leather and tanned with natural oils.
Frye Leather Care
To preserve the appearance of your Frye products, we recommend that you clean, moisturize and condition the leathers. To clean, we recommend using a dry, cotton cloth to wipe away dirt or dust. To moisturize, condition and protect against weather, clean the leather with a dry cloth and then apply a leather weatherproofing spray as directed on the bottle. A lot of weatherproofing products are oil-based and will therefore darken the appearance of the leathers. We recommend that you test any product by applying a small amount to a discrete area and allowing it to dry.
Natural hides, veins and markings
Some Frye styles incorporate leathers with natural variations, specifically chosen to enhance the authentic characteristics inherent in each pair. Some of their unique leathers include a high content of natural waxes that may rise to the surface due to a change in temperature–this misty coating can be easily removed with a dry cloth.