Those who love their Anderson Bean boots live life the same way we make our boots: they ride, work, tailgate, two-step, compete and do everything in between in these boots. They are independents, but also one big Drew’s Boots family.
Ostrich is the softest and most comfortable of the “exotic” leathers. It wears well and resists scratching and scuffing – a combination of softness and toughness. Ostrich is naturally resistant to barnyard acid. The quill pattern determines the price of genuine ostrich boots. Where you get a full quill pattern all over the foot, you are buying a much more expensive boot. The size of quill bumps depends on the age of the animal and the portion of the hide from which the leather is cut. Ostrich is that ideal combination of durability and wearability which makes it the perfect leather for boots. Always wipe the dust and dirt off ostrich boots after wearing them.
Kango Tobacco Ostrich hide on the vamp and camel aged leather on the shaft make for a unique and striking boot. The vamp’s quill pattern lends a dress boot feel while the shaft’s stitching completes the classic look.
To check out how to keep these boots looking their best, make sure to check out all of Drew’s Boots leather care products and accessories. To help answer more of your questions, please read our Leather Boot Care blog.