WSJ featured the 510's in "I Live in These Classic Chelsea Boots That Wear Like a Sneaker But Look Much Nicer" where the writer considers his Blundstones to be “museum quality.” The article talks about the history of the boots, from its roots in Hobart, Tasmania to how its still a staple today not only for farmers, but celebrities or museum goers too.

Known for "its iconic pull tabs and elasticized side, it has become its signature line" and that "the first thing I noticed is that unlike with many shoes (and, particularly, boots), there was no break-in period. Gripping the pull tab, I slid them on—and it felt like I’d been wearing them for ages."

Beyond comfort of the boots, lightweight vs other boots and durability, the article talks about how it fits the bill as "walking shoes" yet can work for occassions whether as sneakers or shoes for a good dinner too.  

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