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This archival blog, covering the years before, during, and after my owning Stompers Boots is a big salute and...

THANK YOU

to all the inside boot crew staff and the outside family of friends who made this journey some of the best years of my life!

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Mike McNamee, the web team and this website have absolutely no connection to the current ownership of Stompers Boots.

Histories of New York City & San Francisco Stompers—Introduction

The roots of Stompers began at 259 West 4th Street in New York City's Greenwich Village.  A bit of that history follows.

The roots of Stompers began at 259 West 4th Street in New York City's Greenwich Village.  A bit of that history follows.


Use the drop-down menu above to navigate to the individual sections: New York City Stompers, San Francisco Stompers and the History of Our Neighborhood.


Mike McNamee, the web team and this website have absolutely no connection to the current ownership of Stompers Boots.

Stompers Archives: 1978‑2011

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