Alden is now the only original New England shoe and bootmaker remaining of the hundreds who began so long ago. Still a family owned business, still carrying forward a tradition of quality genuine-welted shoemaking that is exceptional in every way.
They make both the men's and women's issue oxfords for virtually every branch of the armed services. All styles available on their website are approved by the military uniform boards for all service divisions. In addition, their footwear is approved for use by the Army & Air Force Exchange Service, Nexcom, and the National Park Service, as well as Police, Sheriff and Fire Departments nationwide.
All CYDWOQs are made with natural, vegetable-tanned leather insoles/outsoles. This dying process results in pliable leather that will literally mold to your feet, much like memory foam or gel inserts. Their shoes are known to become more comfortable as they age. Additionally, the upper layer of leather will stretch and mold to accommodate small bunions, wider toe boxes, and other small difference in foot shape.
Donovan Slippers are the most comfortable 100% Lambskin leather slipper you can put on your feet. They say luxury every time you put them on. You can order their leather slippers for infants, ladies, or men, they do custom orders, too. Many colors are available in smooth lambskin leather, lambskin suede, some pearlized leather and Metallic Gold and Metallic Silver.
Eastland is one of the few remaining family owned and operated American shoe brands still making footwear in their home state of Maine. Their premium collection of signature Maine-made heritage styles are hand-finished and handcrafted from the finest quality, domestically sourced components available in the USA, each pair uses genuine traditional construction.
Munro is the premier women's size and width footwear company in the U.S. The company operates two facilities in Arkansas; Clarksville Footwear for product development and manufacturing and The Fred Young Center in Hot Springs with corporate offices, design, distribution and warehousing. Along with making shoes in Arkansas, they also source uppers and finished shoes from trusted global partners.
At New Balance, their job is to aid athletes in their pursuits, whether that means helping professional athletes set records and win medals, or propelling everyday athletes to achieve a new PR, run their first 5K or just to live a more healthy and active lifestyle. Their products are the perfect blend of function and fashion, giving you the performance technology you need and the style you want.
Since the days of the Limmer Ski boots which were made of leather, the plastic boots have taken over that business, so they now offer only the Limmer Hiking boot line. From here, the family owned business has shod feet of the famous and not so famous wilderness trampers from New England to Tasmania.
They work at wooden benches with leather, needle, thread, and a few basic tools. They stitch, coax, and charm these humble materials into beautiful footwear. Their methods go back centuries, back to the native Passamaquoddy. Made to cradle your foot in comfort, meant to last a lifetime because they can be renewed by the same hands that created them.
Redfeather Snowshoes are completely handcrafted in the USA, a pretty special thing these days since almost every snowshoe in the Northern Hemisphere is NOT made in the Northern Hemisphere, but in places that for the most part have never seen a snowflake, and they are full of people who have never even tasted one.
Salpy women's artisanal shoes and handbags are crafted entirely by hand from start to finish in their factory in Los Angeles, California. These made in USA shoes are handcrafted with the highest quality leathers and materials.
Sundance Sheepskin and Leather is a small family owned and operated business with over 40 years of experience making high quality sheepskin slippers, sheepskin boots, leather moccasins, leather shoes, sheepskin hats and accessories.. They believe in making the highest quality and most comfortable products. That's why each piece is hand made in the USA by Dylan and Jean Anderson in Guffey, Colorado using American Sheepskins and Leathers.
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