“Moccasin” This is a very flexible form of shoe making where the fore parts of the insole of the shoe forms the base (sides) and the Moc or upper is sewn by hand or machine to the base of the shoe. The form of manufacturing used in our men’s and women’s loafer or slip-on styles.
The form of manufacturing where the upper and the outsole are glued or directly attached together to form a strong bond. A method of manufacturing used in our hikers, boots and oxfords.
This is where the upper, lining and insole is attached to a strip of leather known as the “welt” and then sewn to the outsole. This form of manufacturing is used in our men’s casual outdoor boots and oxfords.
The upper and outsole are attached by molding the outsole to the upper. This method is used in our waterproof boots and oxfords.
Crazy Horse Leather
Known for its high oil content and inconsistent finish. Used in our hikers, boots and outdoor oxfords.
Pit Stop Leather
Heavily milled or tumbled leather with high oil content. Used in dress/casual boots and oxfords.
Soft, consistent finishes used in all casual/dress boots and oxfords as well as our waterproof shoes and boots.
Used in our women’s and men’s casual/dress styles, these leathers are full grain with soft, supple feel to the touch. These leathers may have a smooth, slightly supple finish, or they can have a tumbled grainy finish.