The Fifth Episode of The Denim & Boots Podcast

It’s now the second week of scheduled publishing on Mondays, and Jake and I are starting to get into a rhythm here. I hope all of you folks out there are still enjoying listening to Jake and me ramble on about things related to denim and boots.

We’re still in a stage of introducing the key topics of the podcast, and in this episode, we talk about the most common types of boots that we see as part of the heritage style scene.

The overview includes the following boot styles:

  • Engineer boots
  • Cowboy boots and ropers
  • Chelsea boots
  • Moc toes
  • Service boots
  • Iron Rangers
  • Beckman/work boots
  • Packer/semi-dress
  • Monkey boots
  • Lace-to-toe
  • Derby shoes

With each style, we explain what they look like, a bit about their backgrounds, as well as best wears to them. With so many different styles, we don’t go in depth with all of them, and we’ll most likely dedicate episodes to several of them in the future.

Listen, Subscribe, Rate and Review

And now it’s time for you to go ahead and listen to the end (if you haven’t started already). You can listen to episode #5 with the player above. Or you can listen and subscribe on Apple PodcastStitcherTuneIn, and Spotify.

If you like this episode and the podcast in general, please leave a rating and a review on iTunes. Also, please send us questions to


This article was written by Thomas Stege Bojer, the founder and owner of Denimhunters. Thomas launched the site in 2011 and built it into a voice for the denim industry and community.

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