Ridgeway Sole

The Ridgeway sole originated with the idea of a gentleman being able to utilise his most comfortable brogues on the golf course. Whilst this was partially successful at the time, we now use them on the bottom of quality boots.

It is a hard-wearing rubber sole characterised by protruding lugs and large ridge channels that offer great traction and stability. Ridgeway soles are more lightweight than commando soles but are thicker than Dainite boot soles and have a slightly raised profile.

It is an excellent all-purpose sole and performs well in nearly every condition.