Quoddy, synonymous with quality handsewn footwear, produces these beautiful chukka boots in a range of suedes and leathers. New in store are two styles:Bone Suede | Brick Camp Sole | Nickel Eyelets | Leather Glove Lining | Rawhide Laces
The Hill-Side AW11 lookbook has just been released. The Corsillo brothers teamed up with photographerMikael Kennedyto showcase the new collection. This season includes a great selection of fabrics and patterns--selvage chambray and twill, blended wool, tweed, heavyweight flannel, printed cotton and chino to name a few. We'll have a range of ties and pocket squares available in store next week. A handful of scarves will arrive later this month.
The name Quoddy has become synonymous with quality footwear. Each pair is individually handsewn by skilled craftsmen in Perry, Maine. The tradition began in 1909 when Harry Smith Shorey began making his own shoes. A firm believer in moccasin construction, Mr. Shorey appreciated their strength, comfort and ability to conform to one's foot. What you get is a durable yet lightweight, casual shoe that will last you for years to come.