Western boot brand Lucchese, which nabbed our cover spot this week, produces its in Texas. Nearby, Frye produces its classic leather boots in Arkansas, while No. 6’s of-the-moment clogs are made in Mississippi.


Rugged New York bootmakers scream cool, urban style. Artola shoes are made in Brooklyn, while A.B.K. makes its top-stitched oxfords and boots in New York City.


Sunshine states like California and Florida are becoming footwear go-tos for light constructions and hand-laced sandal fabrications. Jack Rogers produces its Palm Beach sandal styles in Miami, while emerging labels like The Palatines and Newbark are made in downtown Los Angeles. Recent Comments Add Comment 1 Person Commenting xxx 21 mins Excellent blog right here! Also your website a lot up fast! What web host are you the…


A fresh crop of made-in- shoe — both classic and emerging names — are spanning the nation, from Texas to Miami and New York. Here, we highlight some prime examples for leading manufacturing hot spots.