Quoddy hand sews all their shoes and boots in Maine just as they have for the past 100 years. No cement or glue is used, each pair is lined in deerskin from heel to toe, and have padded leather sock linings that gently cushion your feet.
These shoes are so much more than they appear to be. A simple boat shoe they are not. In fact they aren’t really boat shoes at all, they’re moccasins with rubber soles. These are finely crafted shoes built by highly skilled hand sewers that get better looking and feeling with wear. Just because they’re casual doesn’t mean they aren’t quality.
Maliseet Horween Navy Chromexcel, Brick Camp Soles
Maliseet Horween British Tan Chromexcel, Gum Camp Soles