A LOT HAS CHANGED IN OVER 100 YEARS.
OUR BOOTS AREN'T ONE OF THEM.
OLD-WORLD TRADITION IN EVERY STITCH
Made in U.S.A
In the early 1900's Drew's started as a mens work and outdoor clothing store. Mr. Drew used to take his goods to the fire camps and commissary surrounding the Klamath Basin in Oregon and Northern California. After experiencing success going onsite, Mr. Drew expanded his selection of work clothing and then added footwear. By the mid 1950's, Drew's was well known around Klamath Falls and beyond as the place for quality foot-wear and clothing.
Handmade Leather Boots
Why should you invest in handmade, all-leather boots? Leather is better! All leather boots with solid leather arches, shanks, and insoles are much better for your feet. Many machine-made boots are made with paper or cardboard insoles and use rigid steel shanks that can rust and deteriorate the inside of the boots and provide little or no arch support. All of the handmade boots at Drew's are, of course, all leather and designed to benefit your feet.
Wildland firefighters, it’s time to get outfitted for the upcoming fire season. The right pair of protective footwear is an essential part of your gear, and the experts at Drew’s are here with our top picks for the ‘21 season. These pairs were selected for their longevity, quality, and superior...
When you're on the market for a pair of fine quality boots, the terms “resoleable” and “rebuildable” are frequent descriptors. When it comes to work, fire, and tactical boots that see frequent wear, it means you can essentially get a brand new pair of boots without the expense of a...
To protect your investment, cleaning and conditioning your boots regularly is essential. With daily wear, we recommend cleaning and conditioning every 2-3 weeks. If you work in mud or dirt, be sure to hose or wipe off your boots at the end of the day so that your leather uppers...