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Chippewa Men's Classic 2.0 8" Steel Tow Logger
Chippewa Men's Classic 2.0 6" Lace Up
Chippewa Men's Super Dna 9" Waterproof Insulated Logger
Chippewa Men's Super DNA 9" Waterproof Steel Toe Logger
Chippewa Men's Thunderstruck 10" Waterproof Isulated
Chippewa Men's Thunderstruckk 10" Waterproof Nano Comp Toe Insulated
Chippewa Men's Thunderstruck 10" Waterproof Nano Comp Toe
Men's Chippewa Fabricator 6" Composite Toe Boot - Tawny
Chippewa Men's 8" Waterproof Ins Steel Toe Boot
Men's Chippewa Cross Terrain Nano Composite Toe
Chippewa Men's Valdor 8" Composite Toe Logger
Chippewa Re image Men's Valdor 8" Crazy Horse Leather Boot
Chippewa Men's 9" Sador Composite Toe Logger
Chippewa Women's  6" Cross Terrain
Chippewa Bolville Nano Composite Toe 8"
Chippewa Men's 6" Edge Walker Moc Toe Waterproof Boot
Chippewa 6" Edge Walker Boots Moc Toe
Chippewa Men's Serious Plus 8" Boots
Chippewa Boots Super DNA
Chippewa 59410 Black Logger Steel Toe
Chippewa Waterproof Insulated Steel Toe 9"
Chippewa 8" Black Oiled Waterproof Insulated
Chippewa 8" Oiled Waterproof Insulated Logger Composite Toe
Chippewa Birkhead Tough Bark HD Waterproof Insulated Steel Toe
Chippewa 8" Heavy Duty Tough Bark WP Ins Lug 55068
Chippewa L73050 Women's Insulated Steel Toe
Chippewa 73103 Men's 8 Insulated Lace-To-Toe Logger
Chippewa 73050 Insulated Steel

Chippewa Boots was founded in October 1901 in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. The name comes from the Indian tribe of the region. The company's mission from day one was to manufacture the finest boots and shoes in the United States. It employed 175 employees, mainly women, and produced 1,200 pairs daily. Chippewa Boots started out as a company that produced a top end logging boot for area camps in the pulp and paper industry. Timber was in high demand at the turn of the century and the need for wood and pulp drove men to the forests in the upper Midwest and Canada. Recognizing the need for extraordinary footwear Chippewa was there with its Logger Boot to shod thousands of skilled men who took dangerous and risky jobs as lumberjacks. These iconic workers required sharp saws, honed axes, strong ropes and sturdy Chippewa boots. With the right tools two lumberjacks could take down over an acre of white pine and hemlock in one day.