For more than 50 years McRae Industries has been designing and manufacturing footwear products you can count on. McRae was founded in 1959 with the primary focus of manufacturing high quality children's shoes. In 1966, McRae received a contract to manufacture military combat boots for the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. In 1996, McRae Industries purchased American West Trading Company, a manufacturer and seller of western boot products. During the 2002 to 2006 time period, the array of western boot products was significantly enhanced by the acquisition of several popular brand names -- Dingo, Dan Post and Laredo. Also, during this same time period, the company's name was changed to the Dan Post Boot Company, which became a licensee of John Deere and began manufacturing work boots. Dan Post continued to expand its product mix in 2008 with the addition of the durable, price effective McRae Industrial line of work boots.
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