Since 1909, Harry Smith Shorey of Quoddy has been producing shoes on the shores of Passamaquoddy Bay, an area originally home to the Passamaquoddy tribes. These tribes from Eastern Maine have upheld the old heritage of craftsmanship as their moccasins were created by utilizing only natural materials. Based on that production method in mind, the footwear manufacturer continues to deliver well-crafted hand sewn shoes. This Cognac Suede Blucher is an example of the tradition as it lives to the artisanal attention Quoddy has become well known for. Offered is a classic Blucher that features 100% suede, full lined with glove leather and finished with rawhide laces and Lacquered eyelets. This made in USA shoe is exclusively available only through The Goodhood Store for £180 GBP (approximately $279 USD).
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