With a history dating back to 1870 in Tasmania, Australia, Blundstone has long been the footwear of choice for everyone from war soldiers, expeditionists, factory workers, farmers, artists, chefs, and even winemakers.
Our winemaker, Bertus, has been wearing Blundstones for 10 years now so we're stoked to announce that we got him featured!
"I got my first pair in 2011 when I was here for harvest. I'm a fan, yeah a Blundstone believer."
In 1968, Blundstone introduced the 500 series (colloquially known as "Blunnies") which were laceless, elastic-sided, ankle-length boots. Made from durable weatherproofed leather, with a cushioned midsole, and slip-proof outsole, Blunnies were ideal work boots for the heat, sun, mud, dust, river crossings, and other hazards encountered in the Australian outback.
To celebrate Bertus' feature, we created a special offer: