White's Boots is a Spokane, Washington based boot making company that specializes in making handcrafted leather work boots. White's originally began before the Civil war as a family business that crafted boots for loggers in Virginia. In 1902 the company relocated to St. Maries, Idaho and then settled in Spokane 13 years later. After moving to the inland northwest region of the United States, White's began selling their boots primarily to members of the forest industry. Following years of service, the company established itself in the area, and became a popular item among loggers, construction workers, and Wildland firefighters. The boots have become especially popular among Wildland Firefighters, and their most popular style is a boot called the "Smoke Jumper" which was created specifically to fulfill the needs of Wildland Firefighters.