How Blundstone Boots Became a Cult Favorite, Article in Forbes
Blundstone was featured in a recent Forbes article where David Hochman talks about not only his own history with Blundstone boots, but how they are part of the culture, not only in Australia, but also in places from Israel and Canada to Hollywood and Japan. He interviews CEO Steve Gunn during his recent visit to the US and talks about how business has doubled over the past five years, along with challenges on the global market, popularity amongst celebrities and Blundstone's role in the recent film festivals such as Sundance.
- Tuesday, 15 May 2018
The final Formula Renault Northern European Cup race at Pau has been won in testing conditions by Blundstone sponsored Tasmanian driver Alex Peroni. After a shaky start to the Eurpocup season, Peroni...Read more
- Wednesday, 7 February 2018
SGB Online sat down with Joe Carfora, Blundstone’s global product and design director, to discuss the future of Blundstone, including the celebration of 150 years in 2020. He talks about the new...Read more
- Saturday, 20 January 2018
Thanks for Jonathan Evans and the team at Esquire Magazine for the research and vetting of various Blundstone Boots, featuring them as "The Bad-Weather Boots You Can Wear to the Office." Not only...Read more