Quoddy for BEIGE

Horween Chromexcel Canoe Shoes : Black

291,67 €

These Canoe shoes made expressly for BEIGE are built to mold to your feet and crafted to last in soft Chromexcel leather from Horween. Each shoe is sew by hand in traditional moccasin construction for superior comfort and durability. Uppers are finished with rust-resistant lacquered eyelets, rawhide laces and their full lace that adjusts for a secure fit. A reference of Maine shoes, the cradle of American shoemaking, Quoddy has been crafting some of the finest leisure and outdoor shoes in the world since 1947.

  • 100% Chromexcel Leather from HORWEEN
  • Made expressly for BEIGE
  • Black
  • True moccasin construction
  • Lined in leather
  • Quoddy insoles
  • Nickel eyelets resist rust
  • Full perimeter rawhide lacing for an adjustable fit
  • Quoddy® rubber outsoles offer optimal traction, resoleable when it’s time for a refresh
  • True to size, heel slippage should be adjusted with the lacing system
  • Handmade in Maine, USA

About Quoddy for BEIGE

Estimated delivery times between 2 and 5 days in France and between 4 and 10 days worldwide, depending on the preferred delivery method.

Free delivery in the European Union from €250 and worldwide from €350.

Exchanges and returns are accepted within 14 days of receiving your order.

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About Quoddy for BEIGE

A Maine Shoemaker

“On the nearby Maine shore, West Quoddy Head Light has seen its share of shifting tides and rough waters. Through them all, even as its light evolved from whale oil to LEDs, it steadfastly fulfills its mission.
We’ve weathered a few rough waters at Quoddy, too. And like the Light, we’re steadfast in our mission: to provide exceptionally durable, traditionally built footwear.” Kirsten and Kevin Shorey, Quoddy’s owners.

The Hands on the Tools

In their Lewiston workshop, artisans handcraft shoes in the same manner as generations before them. Interestingly, some of the machines they utilize are the very same ones used a century ago by their predecessors. Crafting a Quoddy shoe involves more than just manual labor; it requires keen eyes and sound judgment. Each artisan is capable of constructing a shoe from scratch, and if at any stage the shoe fails to meet Quoddy's quality standards, anyone has the authority to reject it.


When they hear “moccasin,” most people think of a shoe with a comfortable, one-piece, wrap-around sole that cradles your foot. Quoddy are building the main part of their shoes exactly like that. Then depending on the use and the model, they durably attach an outer sole.