The Fire Inlander is our trophy boot, our reputation was built on it. It is the wildland boot of choice. With the highest quality build and materials on the planet, and we've got the smokejumpers, hotshots, hand crews, loggers, and linemen to prove it. Boots on the ground speak louder than its marketing techniques.
Height - 10" (from bottom-of-foot going up the leg, boot heels excluded)
Uppers - Smooth 8oz premium oil-tanned leather
Lowers - Roughout 8oz premium oil-tanned leather
Thread - high strength, Technora® fire resistant over 900 °F
Hardware - traditional brass high quality eyelets and speed hook combo
Insole - genuine oak tanned leather
Midsole - genuine oak tanned leather
Arch support - leather
Sole - Vibram RedX NFPA
Origin - Handmade in the USA
Oil "to the touch" not too much, not too little (on average once every 1-3 months)
Do not oil hardware, insoles, or outsole edges
Avoid high-heat drying and resting boots near fire place
Avoid over oiling , especially the tongue area (this can rot the leather)
New soles "based on wear", don't pass the rubber on average once every 2 years
Rebuild "based on leather structure" on average once every 3 years
Trying on boots In-store is the best option and the most recommended option because it has the highest rate of success. You can get your feet into a pair of boots, know exactly what to expect, and be confident about your sizing. We have multiple locations where you can visit a JK Boots specialist and get sized correctly.
We can suggest a size for you. This requires you send us fitsheets. This is a great option, trust that we will select the size exactly according to the measurements you send us. If you would like, you can exchange them for another size as long as they are in brand new condition with no outside wear, oil, dirt, or markings on the boots.
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