Quoddy shoes from the state of Maine display the width and practicality of their Algonquin prototypes, such as those worn by the ancient Passamaquoddy people of the First Nations. They are the 'glove for your foot'. Quoddy represents the heart and history of this old and storied maritime region of New England, and the handwork of Mainers is amply apparent in every pair.
Dashing yet easy-going weekend foot fodder, for good weekends of lapping waters and clam chowder and bad ones, when some daffy limey breaks the gaff on your cutter and you have to put one of the girls on the tiller while your back's on the scupper 'cause you gotta scull all the way back to Hyannis Port. Handmade in Maine, USA.