One of Yuketen’s staples, the Maine guide boot, is back in a Horween scotch grain leather for fall/winter 17. This boot comes from the early wilderness guides of New England. While leading European hunters and traders, they often came into contact with the Indigenous people of the land they were trekking. Throughout these interactions they learned how to better construct their boots, and the Guide boot was born.
Yuketen has always taken pride in the process of making their shoes, and these are no different. Using Horween’s scotch grain leather the boots are hand sewn in their factory in Maine. These are finished off with lightweight Vibram cristy sole.