Color: Noix Kudu
In 1967, after an intense study of shoemaking, David Rancourt opened a factory in Maine dedicated to handmade moccasins. Over the course of three generations, his family has carried on the traditional techniques of hand-lasting and hand-sewing each shoe—and expanded their range to include some of the handsomest, hardest-working boots in existence. For our latest exclusive with the company, we handpicked the Traveler Ranger-moc—in part to honor their heritage but also because they feel damn good at the end of a long day. Built from Noix Kudu leather, they’re so comfortable, they’ll be the first thing you think about the minute you walk in your front door.
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