Dayton Boots – CSA Workboots

Get any 2 pairs of Dayton CSA Workboots for $946. Save up to $850. We pay the taxes and shipping. Ask us to help you get 2 years of boot allowance “Cash Back”. Everybody needs at least 2 pairs of CSA workboots. You’ll get 3-4 times the wear from each pair if you alternate daily. Your significant other will appreciate you more too!

Legendary Work Boots Since 1946

The Dayton CSA Work Boot is modeled on our original 64 Logger.  Made with 7-7 1/2 Oz. logger-tan full-grain leather, it is built tough to give superior wear and comfort in almost any environment. All have a Grade 1 steel safety toe-cap and composite plate to provide CSA “Green triangle" certification. 

The 10′ Lineman and the 4′ Romeo are ESR – Ohm rated.

Dayton CSA Work Boot Specs

Additional Features

Leather lining for breathability

Partial bellows tongue for weather resistance

Goodyear welted construction for superior support, weather resistance, durability and easy resoling

Rolled eyelets and forged speedhooks for reliability

Dayton custom braided nylon bootlace

Triple chain upper stitching for durability

Sizing

For most of our seventy-plus years making boots, Dayton Boots outfitted predominantly men, hence, the sizes listed are men’s sizes. In addition, being a Canadian company and part of the British Commonwealth, all of our lasts (the moulds used to make boots) were acquired from England.  We use UK sizing which typically fits large compared to US or North American sizing.  Men typically fit a full size lower than their North American size and Ladies fit 3 sizes down.  IE: Men, if you are normally a 9 then you would choose a Dayton 8.  Ladies if you are normally an 8 then you would choose a Dayton 5.

Select an option

Remotely, via Our Size Guide

  • Consult our website for the sizing table
  • Start by going down one size from your standard sneaker or bannock size. (example size 10E US would be similar to Dayton size 9E)
  • Next check the width dimensions
  • Have someone measure your foot. Measure the ball, instep and heel of the foot. Compare these measurements with the size chart.
  • If you are between width measurements it is ok to size down by 5mm (example: ball measures 35cm would fit 34.5cm on the chart)

NOTE: All self fitted made to order boots are final sale and cannot be returned, exchanged or refunded

Talk to Someone on Our Sizing Staff

  • Consult our website for the sizing table
  • Start by going down one size from your standard sneaker or bannock size. (example size 10E US would be similar to Dayton size 9E)
  • Next check the width dimensions
  • Have someone measure your foot. Measure the ball, instep and heel of the foot. Compare these measurements with the size chart.
  • If you are between width measurements it is ok to size down by 5mm (example: ball measures 35cm would fit 34.5cm on the chart)

NOTE: All self fitted made to order boots are final sale and cannot be returned, exchanged or refunded

Visit Us In Store

  • Consult our website for the sizing table
  • Start by going down one size from your standard sneaker or bannock size. (example size 10E US would be similar to Dayton size 9E)
  • Next check the width dimensions
  • Have someone measure your foot. Measure the ball, instep and heel of the foot. Compare these measurements with the size chart.
  • If you are between width measurements it is ok to size down by 5mm (example: ball measures 35cm would fit 34.5cm on the chart)

NOTE: All self fitted made to order boots are final sale and cannot be returned, exchanged or refunded

Use Our App to Find Your Best Fit

  • Consult our website for the sizing table
  • Start by going down one size from your standard sneaker or bannock size. (example size 10E US would be similar to Dayton size 9E)
  • Next check the width dimensions
  • Have someone measure your foot. Measure the ball, instep and heel of the foot. Compare these measurements with the size chart.
  • If you are between width measurements it is ok to size down by 5mm (example: ball measures 35cm would fit 34.5cm on the chart)

NOTE: All self fitted made to order boots are final sale and cannot be returned, exchanged or refunded

We’ve been making tough CSA work boots in East Vancouver for over 70 years. Charlie Wohlford, the manager of the Lumberman’s Social Club, started Dayton Boots in the winter of 1946, after gaining a reputation for repairing loggers’ boots to a better quality than when they were new. Dayton’s reputation for being the best made logging boot quickly spread. “Dayton’s" soon became the standard by which CSA work boots were measured for tough jobs from logging to construction, Oil Patch rough-necks to fire and police departments. Basically, anywhere a tough durable boot was required – rugged Dayton’s are the footwear of choice.

Today, Dayton’s are still made with the same attention to detail that’s gone into every pair since 1946. Our boots are still crafted by hand, to the same exacting standards and offer a lifetime warranty. The warranty applies to the original owner and covers manufacturer defects and materials.

Obviously, this doesn’t cover normal wear and tear but with regular maintenance and a little care, your Dayton’s can last for decades. Think of it like changing the tires and oil in a good truck. Our workshop regularly sees boots sent in for repair that are 10, 20, and even 30 plus years old.

A Footnote From Our Founder

“When buying shoes, choose a reputable brand, and don’t just buy one pair: buy TWO pairs.  Then wear them on ALTERNATE DAYS. This will at least TRIPLE the normal wear for each pair. Why? Because in spite of the personal conviction of everyone in the fragrance of his own feet, all feet sweat and exude acids which, by cumulative effect, tend to rot the shoes from within. Giving them a 24 hour layover allows sufficient time for these corrosives to disperse. Two good pairs of shoes worn this way will outlast half a dozen pairs when each is worn continuously. Try it."

Wayne Wohlford, Dayton Founder

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