Kudu are species of antelope from Eastern and Southern Africa. Their hides often have scars because they are free-roaming animals living in the wild bush and grazing near thorn trees while trying to evade predators. These inconsistent scars and imperfections in the leather will truly provide your boot with a one of a kind look. No two pairs will look exactly the same and your pair will have a rugged, distressed appearance.
Sizing and Last
We recommend ordering your Brannock device size. For example if you measure a 10 on the Brannock device then we would suggest ordering a size 10. You can also go a half size down from your sneaker or casual shoe size. For example, if you wear a 10.5 in sneakers such as Nike, Adidas, Vans, New Balance etc. we would suggest a size 10 in our boots.
If you have any questions regarding sizing please contact us prior to purchasing at email@example.com. We can also assist in identifying the right size for you based off of what you wear in other brands of shoes.
***Don’t see your size? Want it customized? Drop us an email and we will let you know as soon as it will become available. Custom orders and individual re-stock orders can be made via email as well.
Want to change something on your pair of boots? We offer heel replacement and resole services along with building arch support, adding extra heel foam etc. Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to help!
Transparency and Practice
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.
For this boot, the kudu leather originates from Africa and is tanned in England. However, we order the leather through a US-based company in order to support American jobs. Each year the antelope numbers in South Africa skyrocket. In order to prevent the formation and spread of disease, government-regulated population control is conducted to moderate the growing numbers of antelope. The meat is then distributed to towns and villages in need of food, and the hides become available for purchase.
Construction – Goodyear welted
Upper – Kudu Leather
Interior – Genuine glove leather
Inlay – Genuine glove leather
Hardware – Eyelets and speedhooks
Laces – Flat waxed
Binding – Genuine leather
Welt – Genuine vegetable tanned leather
Sole – Dainite Rubber
Heel – Dainite studded rubber
Heel Pad – Foam sourced and made in Michigan