The Denver Boot was invented in 1953 for use
by the Denver Police Department. Since that time, the Denver
Boot has become the world's most renowned vehicle immobilization
device. The important things to know are that it is light weight
at 14 pounds (half the weight of most other boots), it does not rust
or require paint and it is easy to install.
As vehicles have changed since 1953, so has The Denver Boot, there are now 3 different types of boots. The Standard Boot - fits the majority of the vehicles on the road. The 4x4 Boot - is designed for vehicles with extended hub axle shafts, like Ford Explorer or Nissan Pathfinder. The Super Boot - is designed for "mega trucks" like F250 and F350 with oversized wheels and tires.