The Delaware - Dark Chocolate Kudu
Boot and Leather
Genuine kudu leather from the C.F. Stead tannery paired with one of our classic patterns we first launched with - a brogue cap toe known as the Delaware. This boot features genuine kudu leather from Southern and Eastern Africa. Kudu is a game leather and is known to have natural scars and variations.
The color of this leather is the darkest of browns we have worked with, so much so it almost looks black initially. After a few months of wear, you will start to see the dark chocolate brown undertones come through to the surface.
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Construction – Goodyear welted with natural cork and shank
Upper – Genuine kudu from C.F. Stead
Inlay/Insole - Hand-sewn Leather + heel to arch cushioning system
Hardware – 4 dark brown eyelets and 3 speedhooks
Laces – Braided waxed cotton
Welt – Vegetable tanned leather
Midsole – Vegetable tanned leather
Sole/Heel - Dainite
Our sizing runs typically one full standard (D width) size larger than your average sneaker size and about one half size larger than your typical Brannock measurement for D widths. If you are a single E width or are looking for a bit of extra space or volume without sacrificing overall fit, we suggest ordering your Brannock size or size down a half size from your average sneaker size. It is best to try on and wear our boots for the first few wears with dress or thin socks in order to get the best fit, break-in and feel for the boot.
Sizing can be particular for each individual and we are more than happy to help you determine the correct size in our boots. If you have any questions regarding sizing please contact us prior to purchasing at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can also assist in identifying the right size for you based off of what you wear in other brands of footwear.
We believe in making our product in the U.S. to help revive the American manufacturing industry. The materials used to make this boot came from the below states:
Wisconsin, Ohio, Illinois, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.