True for Blundstone and Jesse Brown's Outdoors alike, the 585 Chelsea Boot in Rustic Brown is a best seller and crowd pleaser! Full of the features and characteristics that have made Blundstone boots iconic the world over, but with more shock absorption and more comfortable than the Original 500.

Easy on, and easy off with the iconic labeled pull tabs and elastic sides. Premium leather upper and liner form to your foot over time making these one of your go-go pairs of boots no matter the occasion and no matter the weather. You can take these to the Carolina Cup to watch the ponies run; tailgate during football season; camping in Pisgah; or a hike along Wilson Creek before heading to dinner in NoDa or South End.

The 585 Chelsea Boots aren't just stylish and comfortable, they are durable. The premium leather, rugged sole absorbs impact and provides traction and grip when conditions are gross. And it is all held together with double stitching.

The real magic happens inside. That's where you will find the SPS MAX Comfort System which when combined with the XRD Extreme Impact Protection of the additional provided insert reduces fatigue and the discomfort of heel strikes while walking or hiking. You can wear these all day and still feel fresh and ready for more.


Now, these boots are awesome. There is no question about it. And they are durable and long lasting as well. But, you do need to take care of them. Here's how:

  • Clean your boots with a damp cloth or a soft bristle brush to remove any caked on dirt and debris. Let them rest and dry completely; away from direct sunlight and away from a heat source. We don't want the leather to dry out, just dry off. Make sense?
  • Next, apply leather polish, spray, or cream to revitalize the material and to increase protection from the elements. Use a small amount in an inconspicuous place the first time to make sure there are no adverse reactions. Remember, many products will temporarily darken the leather as the membrane absorbs the products. Other treatments may permanently darken your boots.
  • Apply polish or cream in a circular motion with brush or polishing cloth. Start small; you can always add more later.
  • Let your boots rest so that they can absorb all of the goodness you have applied. And like before, let them rest and dry out of direct sunlight and away from a heat source. Now is also a good time to make sure you don't leave them near any puppies...puppies love the smell of clean (and not so clean) leather.