We’re 150 years young and still blazing a trail across the globe. We remain committed to continuing the legacy of designing the best quality footwear we can for the millions of people working, playing and adventuring in a pair of Blundstones. While our boots won’t change the world, the people wearing them just might. See for yourself.
10 INSPIRING STORIES
Tim Chesterman has lived his whole life on the land at Earlham, a picturesque farm set on 2,000 sprawling acres.
It was the mid-1990s, and in a town known more for its steel production than tap dancing, that six guys formed the now world-famous Tap Dogs.
How do you capture the essence of 150 years of making boots in a piece of music? Enter young composer, Saxon Hornett.
A restaurateur who keeps bees, raises pigs, runs a cooking school, and publishes books. That’s just one day in the life of Rodney Dunn; a former Sydney city dweller who moved to Tasmania for the quiet, or not so quiet, life.
Dubbing her home state as “heaven for riders”, she adores its spectacular roads, epic trails, tall trees and accessible race tracks.
The daughter of a ceramicist, Georgie naturally absorbed an interest in pottery from a young age.
It takes a certain type of person to commit themselves to 24 hour endurance racing on a single speed bike.
A regular “jill of all trades”, Beth’s career has always revolved around being hands on.
Growing up on her family’s dairy farm in New Zealand’s North Island, Analiese was dubbed ‘The Goat Whisperer’ by her parents.