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Where is Grant Stone made?
The Grant Stone factory in Xiamen was developed to combine traditional, handcrafted bootmaking techniques with the highest quality leathers and components to result in quality standards our team and suppliers are proud to stand behind. We design our own lasts using our shared experience over the past three generations.
Are Jim Green boots comfortable?
They are very comfortable and break in with minimal wear. The sole is very aggressive and made of rubber like most of their boots. You can’t go wrong with a set of Jim Greens. Tough, indestructible hiking boots!
What is kudu leather?
Kudu leather is an antelope from southern Africa with unique characteristics. This leather has a very soft suede on the reverse side and a buffed finish on the grain side. This leather is characterised by high degree of strength despite their superficial cuts and blemises.
How do Jim Green boots fit?
Sizing: True to size. The last these are built on is quite roomy in the toe portion. -Decent full grain leather, not Red Wing quality but good considering the price point.
Are RedBack boots CSA approved?
Bobcat CSA – RedBack Boots Canada. The #1 selling pull-on work boot in Australia is now CSA certified for work in Canada.
How good is kudu leather?
Just like deer or goatskin, Kudu leather is immensely strong, and ages gracefully thanks to its malleable composition which makes for deep creasing. With enough wear, Kudu leather develops a rich, rugged patina as you add your own battle scars next to those naturally formed on the African plains.
How do you clean kudu leather?
To clean and condition Alden Kudu Leather: You can use a slightly damp cotton cloth to remove additional dirt if you like. Let dry. Usually, you can stop here. Occasionally, you can apply a small amount of your cleaner/conditioner of choice with a horsehair dauber or cotton cloth and rub it in.
Where are Redback boots made now?
Redback Boots is an Australian company run by the Cloros family, who have a boot-making tradition spanning five generations back to the early 1900s. We’re 100\% Australian-owned and, equally importantly, our boots are handmade here in Australia too.
Where Are Red Back boots made?
Where are Redback Boots made? A. Redbacks are 100\% Australian made. We handle the boots from the Hide to the Box.
Where does kudu leather come from?
Kudu leather comes from a species of antelope native to South Africa, which are harvested to manage overpopulation and balance the natural ecosystem. It is a beautiful and durable leather that often has natural marking that we feel adds character to the shoe or bag.
What is antelope leather?
Antelope leather is a relatively rare leather, which is usually found in the clothing sector. It has a velvet-like structure and antelope skins are generally processed as suede. Although, they are sometimes used for fur. Antelope leather is also used for shoes, bags or belts.
How do you care for Kudu boots?
How to care for your Kudu footwear
- – Remove dirt or marks then polish with a clean cloth.
- – As Kudu is a natural leather, use Neutral polish only.
- – Keep your footwear in their shoe bags provided to prevent damage.
- – Use shoe trees to help maintain shape.