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Frye Footwear and Bags go back to 1863 when John A. Frye opened up his first shoe store in Massachusetts. From the start, Frye was adamant about creating iconic leather goods using only the highest quality leather, craftsmanship and design. Read More
Over the years, Frye fans have included Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders, officers in WWII who wore Frye Wellington boots and hipsters in the 60s and 70s for whom the Frye Campus Boot symbolized counterculture rebellion and freedom.
Today, Frye still stands for the epitome of cool and unparalleled quality. In recognition of our 30th anniversary, we've worked together with Frye to bring back classic styles you won't find anywhere else. Show Less
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