Quoddy Moccasin roots go back 100 years when Harry Smith Shorey started making his own shoes in Downeast Maine in 1909. Today many of the traditions are still carried out, on the shores of Passamaquoddy Bay, smack dab on the 45th parallel; half-way to the North Pole and as far east as you can travel in the continental U.S. Craftsmanship combined with a high level of artistry are what made these products special and allowed them to perform so well in the sometimes harsh conditions encountered in the big woods and ever changing ocean of Maine.
Here is one piece of footwear, which really impresses in todays climate, the Chromepack Pull-Up Leather Upper. Made by Hand, the Quoddy’s Chromepack Pull-Up leather is produced by the legendary Horween Leather Company in Chicago, Illinois. Its substantial weight and high oil content make the Ring Boot ideal for inclement conditions. This boot fits true to size and is one that will be with you for a long time.
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