When it comes to the production process of shoes now a days the first thing that usually comes to mind is an over cramped and stuffy room with an assembly line of overworked adolescent children somewhere in the far east. Quoddy, however, has managed to continue to produce its shoes traditionally, that is hand made, in the north eastern United States. This time it produces a pair of its popular Grizzly Boot for England’s Heritage Research. The overall silhouette of the shoe remains the same with revisions made to the sole and stitching of the boot. Materials used include Russet Bison leather. Out April.