SEBAGO Pendleton Tatanka Para Wool
Sebago & Pendleton
Made with hot stuff buffed leather especially conditioned with a rich combination of oils and waxes to provide the upper with a natural polish quality and a flair for outdoors adventures, these resistant chukka boots feature an evocative quarter in Pendleton patterned wool. The Pendleton Woollen Mill was established in 1893 in Oregon in the US, and historically created blankets for Native American communities, a connection that is reflected in the geometric prints of this collection. They feature a hand-sewn upper, rawhide laces, Strobel contruction for higher flexibility and strength, a laser-personalized lightweight die-cut EVA sole to grant shock absorption and insulation. Classic Sebago woven label. In the Lakota tribe language, the word “tatanka” is translated as “buffalo”, the wild bison sacred to the Native American Indian tribes.
Upper: Leather 60%, Wool 40%;
Lining: Leather 100%;
Outsole: Rubber 100%