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Quoddy Dorm Boot
Quoddy Dorm Boot
Quoddy Dorm Boot
$ 200.00

Quoddy

Quoddy Dorm Boot

The Quoddy Dorm Boot slipper is built from a handsewn twinface sheepskin with a soft glove leather collar, backed by a stout leather heel cover and pull tab.  With an added nubby Vibram® air-injected sole for a little traction if you need to step outside but don’t want leave the cozy feeling behind. 

The dorm boot was originally invented to ward off the cold in the drafty old residences of Maine’s many prep schools and colleges. Quoddy's new version is built better than any slipper you’ve experienced.

Available in whole sizes only; size up if you normally take a ½ size. 

This dorm boot is available in mens sizes only at the moment, for women's size add 1.5 sizes to the men's size. For example, a Men's 7 would be a Women's 8.5.

If you are interested in ordering a women's size please contact us at customer.service@portlanddrygoods.com or (207) 699-5575.

WE ARE MAINE SHOEMAKERS

We work at wooden benches with leather, needle, thread, and a few basic tools. We stitch, coax, and charm these humble materials into beautiful footwear.

Our methods go back centuries, back to the native Passamaquoddy. Made to cradle your foot in comfort. Meant to last a lifetime because they can be renewed by the same hands that created them.

Here, these skills have been passed down through generations. Here, we stubbornly resist trading human touch for industrial efficiency. Here, output is measured in dozens, not thousands.

Size Guide

Available in whole sizes only; size up if you normally take a ½ size. 

This dorm boot is available in mens sizes only at the moment, for women's size add 1.5 sizes to the men's size. For example, a Men's 7 would be a Women's 8.5.

If you are interested in ordering a women's size please contact us at customer.service@portlanddrygoods.com or (207) 699-5575.

About Quoddy

WE ARE MAINE SHOEMAKERS

We work at wooden benches with leather, needle, thread, and a few basic tools. We stitch, coax, and charm these humble materials into beautiful footwear.

Our methods go back centuries, back to the native Passamaquoddy. Made to cradle your foot in comfort. Meant to last a lifetime because they can be renewed by the same hands that created them.

Here, these skills have been passed down through generations. Here, we stubbornly resist trading human touch for industrial efficiency. Here, output is measured in dozens, not thousands.