In winter, it can be a little harder to leave the house and brave the cold weather outdoors. A great leather boot can certainly help keep you warm, dry and ready for some weekend adventures. Whether you are an urban explorer or nature lover, here is a list of my personal favourite casual unisex boots from our range to keep you legends looking good.
When it gets grey and cold in the winter months, and Australians start dreaming of escaping to an island paradise, I doubt that the Cook Islands is what springs directly to mind. This could be because in the past you would have had to fly via New Zealand to visit these friendly Pacific Islands, however recently (and luckily) Air New Zealand have started offering flights directly to Rarotonga from Sydney.
Steel Blue is the latest safety boot brand to hit our shelves, and they have a great range of top-quality boots that are well loved amongst tradesmen. Steel Blue strives to be at the forefront of boot innovation technology so that wearers can benefit from maximum comfort and safety.
Whether your joining the tribe of Australians doing the big lap or heading further afield, there’s a lot to be said for the old saying “less is more”, especially when it comes to loading up your backpack. Limiting clothing and footwear to a few essential items that will last the distance will always give you an advantage. We have gone over our essential Everything Australian items to help you stay on top of things when your blazing those trails out there.
It has always been something on my mind, ever since I can remember. I have always wanted to take a good amount of time and see as much of Australia as possible. When I was a kid, every school holiday’s our family went on camping trips, and so I grew up comfortable with camping and Australian travel.
Kelsey Atwell, known to us here at Everything Australian as “The Cattleman’s Wife” is a cattle farmer, wife, mother and rural photographer from the Upper Great Southern area of Western Australia. Kelsey has bought a couple of Akubra’s from us and when she tagged us on her Instagram page of the same name, I was instantly drawn to the incredible images where she documents life on the beef farm, working with her husband and raising her two little ones.
I like to think these unadvertised attractions are a reflection of the true nature of Australians and what makes them great. Like the Big Poo and Gnomesville, Australians are a friendly bunch that don’t take themselves too seriously and love a good laugh.