1970s Frye Georgetown Leather pull-on boots

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1970s Frye for Georgetown Leather antiqued ‘burnt chestnut’ leather pull-on boots. Rounded toe, stacked leather heel. Designed with folded over leather around the top and a line down the sides. Toe is reinforced. Lined with a yellow/cream leather…

condition: very good/excellent for age with scuffs and some spots. These boots were originally given an antiqued finish, so they have a nice, naturally worn in patina even with scuffs and spots.

size: 8B. I purchased these for myself, but too tall, so check the shaft height if you are on the shorter side. measurements…
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1970s Frye for Georgetown Leather antiqued ‘burnt chestnut’ leather pull-on boots. Rounded toe, stacked leather heel. Designed with folded over leather around the top and a line down the sides. Toe is reinforced. Lined with a yellow/cream leather.

Georgetown was the wealthy hip area in Washington, DC (during my time, punk-y shops like Smash and Commander Salamander, an Urban Outfitters that sold actual vintage clothing, and a Betsey Johnson). Georgetown Leather was originally a hippie boutique, opening in 1968, over time becoming a high end leather goods shop/manufacturer. These Fryes were specially made for GL and the design appears to be unique.

label: FRYE for Georgetown Leather Design, made in U.S.A. 8495

condition: very good and wearable with scuffs and spots, see photos. These boots were originally given an antiqued finish, so they have a nice, naturally worn in patina.

size: 8B. I purchased these for myself, but too tall, so check the shaft height if you are on the shorter side.

measurements:
length inside: really hard to measure, but estimating between 10” and 10 1/8”
width of ball of foot: @3 1/4”
heel height: 2 1/4”
shaft height: 15 1/2”
shaft circumference: 14 1/2”
boot top opening: 14”

Additional information

Weight 4.01 lbs
Dimensions 15 × 13 × 3 in

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