Nest Dragging in North Dakota


It’s often easy to focus on the superior features of Chippewa boots – the classic silhouette, durable Vibram rubber outsoles, or the heavy duty oiled leather. But, for a brand that immediately conjures images of classic American craftsmanship I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the boots than ...

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Living in Chippewa Boots


Living in Chippewa Boots is as much about a way of life as it is about the best outdoor footwear in the country. And for the first time, I can honestly say this month’s blog is less about the boots and more about those individuals who make the lifestyle possible.

Obviously the very talented desig ...

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Not Ready for Summer


As I pull on my turkey boots I can’t help but think about the unseasonably warm weather that’s getting warmer and the onslaught of spring tornadoes threatening the Midwest from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes. Spring is almost over and I’m still thinking about the not-so chilly temperatures of our ...

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The Reverse F - D Brand.


The branding iron is arguably one of the most important and iconic ranching tools passed down from the American West and the days of open-range grazing.

An ancient practice that predates the Americas by more than a few hundred years, livestock branding is as important today as it was to the ancie ...

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Top 3 Boots of 2011


For an outdoor television producer this time of year is always difficult.With exhibitions and conventions for the Wild Sheep Foundation, SHOT Show, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, and Safari Club International it’s more like trade show season than anything else.  With duck season winding down and arc ...

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Chippewa has teamed up with Mike Garner, a lifelong sportsman and television personality with a love for everything outdoors, to bring you Mike's journey across the United States in his Chippewa boots.

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