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Distinctly all-American and nurtured by artisans since 1863, Frye's history and heritage go into every single stitch of their boots, shoes and bags. It all starts with Frye's extraordinary leathers and craftsmanship. They use the highest quality, all tanned with natural oils. Then they bake, stonewash, wax, brush and oil them to get just the right look and feel. A lot of love goes into every single stitch of Frye boots, shoes, and bags. Nothing compares to the loving touch put into every item from The Frye Company.

The Frye Company founded in 1863, John A. Frye opened the doors to the very first Frye shop on Elm Street in Marlboro, MA, paving the way for countless generations of Frye artisans dedicated entirely to the art of craftsmanship. In the 1890’s, Marlboro manufactured more shoes than any other city in the United States. During that time, Frye was one of the largest and more successful footwear companies in the entire country. The Frye factory was the first of the nearly twenty firms in Marlboro to convert from steam to electrical power for its operation. Making Frye the first factory in town to run on electricity. Frye made custom boots for a number of well known people including Jackie Kennedy, Bing Crosby, Jerry Lewis, Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, Ann-Margret, Walt Frazier, Laurel & Hardy, Candice Bergen, Liza Minnelli, Carole King, Gene Autry, even President Nixon.

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