Blundstone Buzz! — December 2016

Will Boots Ever Bow?

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Initially designed for utilitarian functionality, boots have sealed their footprint in the style archives. But will sales turn? In the footwear family, boots are somewhat of an enigma. From a basic product standpoint, they have remained the same as what was sold decades ago. Fast forward 40 to 50 years and there are improved colors, materials and performance features, but the designs haven’t changed much. And despite warmer temperatures last winter, the look is still in style. We challenge you to conduct our unscientific “Airport Test” this fall/winter and chart what footwear women are wearing — you’ll see a lot...

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From Barns to Barneys: How Blundstone Became a Footwear Staple

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The Queen Street West district in downtown Toronto is often referred to as one of the trendiest neighborhoods in the world. Hip retailers like Lululemon, Brandy Melville, Kit + Ace, and Frank & Oak have stores dotted along the way, and there’s a plethora of swanky bars and restaurants, art galleries, and vintage stores, too. Both locals and tourists alike recognize the area’s vibe as young, eclectic, and intriguing, and just about every fashion trend is strikingly visible... Read More...

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Hello, Goodbye host Dale Curd on the Art of Travelling Light

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As I get older, I appreciate things that are well made and comfortable. I’ve worn my Blundstones everywhere, from glaciers in Iceland to boardroom meetings. Read more..

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