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For 150 years Blundstone have been a company always on the go, always evolving.
It’s been that way since John Blundstone started making fit-for-purpose footwear that would withstand the cobbled city streets, rugged farmland, dance and factory floors of Hobart, Tasmania, in 1870.
And just like their island home which has changed a lot since 1870, their business has evolved but their ethos remains the same.
Commitment to quality and innovation has endured the Great Depression, both world wars, and an ever-changing fashion landscape.
From the swinging ‘60s to ’90s grunge to festival fashion in the 2000s.
They’ve put boots on Aussie soldiers, Everest expeditioners, footballers, factory workers, farmers, and police men and women.