Frye’s Anniversary Collection

Celebrating 150 Years of American History!

Frye’s Anniversary Collection

It's here, it's here! Just when we thought The Frye Company couldn't get any better, they introduce their 150th Anniversary Collection – and we're speechless. Crafted from genuine USA leather, the collection boasts a recreation of their most iconic styles from the past century... and beyond. Drawing inspiration from their archives, these vintage-inspired designs are antiqued and stained by hand to show the richness of the materials used. The leather outsole also features a heat embossed limited edition 150th logo. Trust us, these boots are really special.

Meet our new arrivals from the collection:

Campus 14L

It's the same iconic Campus Boot that was chosen to be featured at the Smithsonian Institute in the 1960's. They remain on display in our nation's capital – a true testament to Frye's celebrated place in American history. This anniversary boot features gorgeous whiskey-colored leather that was tumbled with stones in a wooden drum, before being polished by hand. This boot is the definition of tried-and-true.

Harness 12R

Known as a Frye original, the Harness boot is an American classic. The dark brown stonewash leather, rubber outsole, Goodyear welt construction and chunky heel will pair perfectly with your wardrobe favorites. It's an instant hit... again.

Jet Engineer Tall

Inspired by a classic Frye style, this tall pull-on boot features a sleek, black antique leather that's been polished to perfection, a comfortable 1" heel and an inside zipper. Plus, the slanted shaft will do wonders for your legs.

Jet Engineer Short

The shorter version of the Jet Engineer, this ankle boot in dark brown promises to be a keepsake in your wardrobe for years to come. We're already planning how we'll wear it as we transition into fall!

We can't think of a better way to commemorate Frye as the oldest operating footwear company in the USA. These boots are a must-see (and a must-have)!

<3 Keriann

Photo courtesy of The Frye Company.

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