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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-26-2011, 01:28 AM Thread Starter
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Chippewa Boots

I know I'm asking a lot of boot questions on here, but I really like to get the best bang for my buck. After another member mentioned about wearing chippewas I went and did some searching for myself. The line seems pretty impressive at a decent-ish price.

Couple of questions:

Are all their boots made in the US?
Are they worth the money?
How is the fit?
Where can I at least try a pair on in NW PA?

Thanks guys!!

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Re: Chippewa Boots

How about the Boot Box in Meadville
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Re: Chippewa Boots

(Meadville) Ditto
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Re: Chippewa Boots

I will look there. Don't remember seeing any to be quite honest.
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Re: Chippewa Boots

There is a Boot Box in Grove City if that is closer

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Re: Chippewa Boots

I had a pair of Chippewa boots a few years ago and beat the crap out of them for work and hunting. All leather, no gortex or thinsulate. They were awsome boots!! Mine were made in USA. They have 2 lines now unfortunately-USA and Imported. I may give the USA ones a shot again.

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