Seeking the American Made: West Coast Shoe Company since 1912.

Direct from Scappoose, the Shoemaker family has been in the boot game since 1912. Where’s Scappoose? You don’t know? I had to Google it in all fairness. Oregon. In my quest yesterday to find a canvas shoe company that still does all labor and manufacturing stateside, I came across the West Coast Shoe Company. American made boots, handcrafted for generations by a single family by a surname so appropriate it hurts, and on top of that, they look mean. Having a well-rounded big boot collection is a good thing, especially when they’re born in the U.S. of A. Pride. Though, it makes me think I need to start a legacy of my own. How will I be remembered? Maybe it’s time to buy a food dehydrator, some meat, and change my name to Jerkymaker. It has a certain ring to it.

But, does anyone know a shoe company, specializing in canvas footwear, that is still 100% USA?

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3 responses to “Seeking the American Made: West Coast Shoe Company since 1912.

  1. Pingback: Seeking the American Made: West Coast Shoe Company since 1912 … USA Cws

  2. Those would be the classiest way to kick in someone’s head ever. Allegedly.

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