Dayton Boots


Dayton Boots review 3 Users say 4/5 Rate it

Wondering where Johnny Depp got those black leather boots he's always wearing? Bingo. Loggers wore them first, then film crews, and eventually the stars themselves. Now people shop from all over the world via the website, but the original factory is still here on the gritty Downtown Eastside.

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Dayton Boots details

2250 E Hastings Street,
at Nanaimo Street,
East Vancouver

Area Vancouver

Transport Bus 10, 16, 135.

Telephone 604 253 6671

Dayton Boots website

Open 9am-5pm Mon-Fri; 10am-5pm Sat; noon-5pm Sun.

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Comments & ratings 4/5 (Average of 3 ratings)

By Rick Miller - Dec 24 2014

I got them to make the fully custom (my own custom lasts ) Confederates . They had to redo them once because of the complications caused by building in custom orthotics , but they did so no problem . The boots are fabulous . Beautiful and fit perfectly . Andrew was great . They are pricey but worth it . They are built unimaginably well .

By Steve - May 13 2012

Before finding Dayton, I was buying 2-3 pairs of shoes a year, spending $200-$300 a year. I've had my first pair if Dayton Boots for 2 years now, and they still have years of life in them. I just bought my second pair for when I'm on my motorcycle, and love them. I too had to wait longer than I would have liked for the second pair, but these are the best boots you'll ever own, which is why there's such a line up. They're well worth the wait!

By Ian - Sep 8 2011

like Andy I am out full price plus shipping..... and I am having the same frustrating time following up on it

By Andy - Aug 31 2011

I've bought boots from Dayton before and been happy with them, but my latest attempt to buy a pair hasn't gone so well. I bought a pair at the Granville Island store in June, and foolishly paid in full up-front. I'm still waiting to collect them. Good luck calling the store at East Hastings - they *never* answer the phone, and the voicemail box isn't enabled. Good luck contacting them via email - they never respond. I went around in person at 3pm on a Friday, and the store was closed. I think 3 months is time enough to create a pair of boots to order. I want my money back now, and won't be dealing with them again.