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Rugged, comfortable, and durable footwear, whether is is a pair of water sandals or hiking boots-here is our favorite footwear.

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Ecco Footwear comes to us from Denmark with a heritage of smart styling and
Scandinavian practicality. And underneath the high grade leather is the freedom fit system, using the best material ,and a wide comfortable fit.

Irish Setter hunting and outdoor boots and shoes began over sixty years ago as a division of Redwing Shoe Company. The hunting boots expanded into casual shoes for the outdoor lifestyle, with a continue heritage of toughness (from the Redwing work boot company.)

Keen footwear can only be described as hybrid. They are shoes and they are sandals. Keen are great anywhere outdoors-kayaking, boating, hiking, biking, shopping at the farmer’s market. Anyone who owns a pair of Keens knows the feeling.

Lacrosse boots come from a tradition of finding footwear that functions in the snow and mud. This company has built boots for other companies for years! We find they work as well in the grove as in the Duck-blind. Dry and comfy boots for everyday chores or an exotic trip of a lifetime.

Softspot shoes are for hardworking feet. Originally known for their serious work shoes (nurses shoes and EMT shoes,) they prove that comfort can look good too!

Sperry Topsider is the American original boat shoe. Paul Sperry noticed that his cocker spaniel could run across the winter ice without slipping. After inspecting her feet, he realized that the dozens of micro cracks in her paws what gave all of the good traction. In 1935, the first razor “sipped” shoes were introduced, and the world has found traction in its boating footwear ever since. Sperry continues the boating tradition with stylish new models that offer great support while maintaining their boating heritage.

Teva began as the idea of a Grand Canyon River Guide. The first pairs were sold from the back of a van for a few months. In 1984, this was the beginning of the sport sandal. The original with Velcro ankle strap is still available, and the characteristic arch support follows in many other models. The name Teva comes from a Hebrew word meaning nature, and the hand logo is the Native American Hopi symbol for friendship with water. Innovative footwear for today’s lifestyle and all of the earth’s waterways.