FEIT Hiker Kudu Classic Boots

By - November 3rd, 2011

FEIT Hiker Kudu Classic Boots

Did you know that there is a very large antelope called a “kudu,” living in the Bushveld region in Southern Africa? According to FEIT, the hide of the kudu is unlike no other in the world and it is hunted in limited numbers to retain ecological balance in the national parks. Its strong, tight skin is breathable and reversible making it highly useful. What’s more, the skin is wax coated and ironed to achieve an antique look which will age well after many years. As with many of their boots, Vibram soles were fitted using handsewn Goodyear welting for comfort and durability. There will only be 32 pairs of each colorway made and pre-orders have already started on the FEIT online shop.

FEIT Hiker Kudu Classic Boots

FEIT Hiker Kudu Classic Boots

FEIT Hiker Kudu Classic Boots

FEIT Hiker Kudu Classic Boots

FEIT Hiker Kudu Classic Boots

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