Okay, so I am now back in Mayfair of London and just going through all of the motions of moving and getting back up to simple organizational standards. But that means that I have had a lot less time for emails, social media and the blog, hence why all of my recent posts have been with minimal writing. I promise that soon it will all be back to normal. Its not to mention that I lost my laptop (dont even ask how) and have thus been doing evrrything on my phone (which is such a drag). So its kind of been one of those weeks (last week, I am posistive for this one) where when it rains, it pours. But now the sun is coming out and I feel optimistic for the future!
That being feast your eyes on these lovely handsewn hiking boots by Feit Direct, out of the US. Having this lovely minimalistic wholecut boot (which is quite impressive I might add), this brand is known for high quality and handsewn grown up trainers and boots of this nature. Check them out.
On the last note, it would appear that I have been having this ongoing issue with Amdroid and my blog where if you go onto it with your Android phone it will redirect you to a new page. I am working my hardest to sort this out. For the meanwhile please use Apple or your PC to view the blog, where this problem is not occuring. Bear with me.
Wishing everyone a great week
Justin, “The Shoe Snob”
Isn’t Feit from Australia?
Not sure how I feel about Feit anymore. They touted themselves as being a supreme, made-to-order, bio-friendly company that made all of their stuff in-house in Australia. Now all of a sudden, they’re a New York company that outsources their production to China. And I know the customer hasn’t seen any price reduction as a result…
Has anybody here ever compared the Feit hikers to standard quality Danner or Red wing in terms of ether Feit is actually worth the price of three pair of either other brand?
I know this is an old resurrected thread but there is very little info about Feit that isn’t promotional. Thanks
I visited their store in SOHO while I was in NYC. I wanted a pair of their boots, for about three years now, but since it’s mid summer they didn’t have my size. These are made in small batches. I was surprised to find that they were made in China. Killer looking boots that seemed to have great quality but I shy away from made in China stuff. I have Danners, made in the USA ones only, these are on par with their quality. Look wise they are way cooler looking than Danners. I have eight pairs of Danners so I’m still a fan.