August 06, 2018

20 Bits and 1000 Stitches

Each Chukka (one shoe not the pair) is constructed from precisely twenty individual parts, and every part is produced to their own unique set of critical measurements. Each of those 20 bits is held together with no less than 1000 stitches (yeah, we counted them). It's a hands-on process to make a shoe like this but its the only way to guarantee the shoe is rebuildable and constructed for the long haul.

These boots are the perfect blend of style, functionality and comfort. The traditional re-soleable goodyear welt construction gives you and Alden-level quality at a fraction of the price. The waterproof suede means you can beat the hell out of 'em and they'll keep looking better. The buttery deerskin lining and foam insole give them Air-Max like comfort right out of the box, not like other boots.

Look no further for a shoe that, as our head designer, Nick Kemp, puts it, "is built for the work week but loves the weekend." Style them just about any way you'd like; this pair of boots are our easiest wearing shoes to date.