When Mr. McNairy was visiting El Salvador he discovered a style of boot he had never seen before. The Burro boot is the official shoe of El Salvador's working class and the signature style produced by Empresas ADOC, Central America's largest family owned manufacturer. ADOC provides all of its workers with a pair - the cost of which is equivalent to one day's pay. Known for their tough and rugged nature, the Burro boot has been worn through revolutions and is symbolic of El Salvador's everyman. Wanting to bring this iconic shoe outside of Central America for the first time, Mark is launching his San Salvador collection. Mark's version, made by ADOC, keeps the classic silhouette and thick vulcanized rubber sole, but features new eyelets and rich suede uppers. The plan is to eventually build the San Salvador collection to include more authentic El Salvadorian footwear such as roper boots on a similar rubber sole. McNairy's Burro boot will be available in stores soon and should retail for around $125.