“Featuring ten lacquered eyelets strung together with 72” rawhide laces, the boot provides various lacing options to be styled for any wardrobe and any season. The two-toned colorways feature a fused canvas and leather silhouette with other details including a deerskin bellow tongue to keep out debris and maintain warmth without bulk, a Vibram sole designed expressly for Quoddy and a full handcrafted design. As on all Quoddy shoes, the soles are stitched to the shoe bottom rather than glued so that they maintain flexibility and last longer.”
Limited to 24 pairs in each colorway, the two-tone design on these is interesting and we like the color hits that Ronnie chose for these. The second leather color around the two box we are not convinced about, but overall he managed to present a refreshing version of this otherwise classic outdoor boot. Priced at 450 USD a pair, they will release at both Kith locations and online on January 6th, 2012.