Wondering if the Helm Finn in Sienna is right for you? We take a look after 100 wears and 100 miles to find out
Wondering if the Helm Xander is the right sneaker for you? We take a look at the price, materials, design, and more to find out
For more than the last decade, the Service Boot has been one of the most popular styles of footwear available. Getting it’s name from servicemembers of the military, the Service Boot is a military-inspired piece of footwear at it’s core. That being said, over time we’ve seen changes and improvements that make these boots better for every day life.
After 100 wears and 100 miles, how does the Helm Zind hold up? Check out the long term follow up here.
Price: $265 Why Buy? The Helm Finn offers great materials and good build quality at a crazy price. Why Avoid? The Helm Finn is too
Helm as a brand has been around since 2009. While that certainly doesn’t make them the oldest bootmaker out there, that’s older than you might think. Their first boot, built in a service boot style, beat Viberg’s service boot to the market by a year. The same is true of Oak Street Bootmakers, the current iteration of Rancourt, Truman, and many of the other well-known brands of today. All of these came after Helm. While far from ancient, they are certainly among the oldest of the new crop of bootmakers.