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SALE SALE - Trask "Landry" bison leather casual shoe

by Genesco
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Original Price $245.00
Current Price $65.00

Coming down to the last few of these great Trask closeouts!

As usual, we end up with more of one size than others ... so those sizes get a whopping discount to get them on the road.  If your size is one of the "lucky ones",  grab these while they are still here

The Landry is a mans bison leather every day shoe, much along the lines of the original Harrison Trask designed "Gallatin".  Relatively light weight, but excellently finished.  If we have your size, don't hesitate.  

Most of these are saddle tan with a bit of a dark brown overtone.  Very attractive.  

  • Horween® Chromexcel American bison leather. 
  • Leather lining.
  • Shock-absorbing removable insole with extra EVA cushioning at the heel.
  • Imported by Trask.  (yes, these are not made in the U.S) 
  • Sizing in Men's sizes   (I believe these run about .5 size small, my recommendation is to order up a size) 

Final Close out priced at $ 65. instead of the regular $245.

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
John B. (Delaware, United States)

SALE SALE - Trask "Landry" bison leather casual shoe

Steve (Utah, United States)
Great Shoe

These are beautiful dress shoes. The bison grain is definitely highlighted. I purchase a half size smaller as suggested in the listing. They fit great! Fantastic price for such a quality shoe. Thanks Cecil and everyone at Herd Wear.

Darryl H. (Texas, United States)
Bison Shoes

These are really nice bison dress shoes they look really expensive I usually wear a size 11-1/2 W but purchased the size 12M and the fit great and they shipped out and I received them in 2 days nd they were packaged really well

Bob F. (New Jersey, United States)
Trask Shoes (so sorry they are gone)

I have original US-made Trask bison shoes from 25 years ago that look just as good (or better) than new. These are in the same quality as original, although sourced from India. The bison leather is superb. Plus the price at $65 is way too low for shoes of this quality. If your size is still available, you won't be disappointed.

Robert L.F. (Colorado, United States)
Great shoes

The bison leather shoes are the most comfortable shoes I’ve ever owned. Great product at great price.

LL (California, United States)
Good Shoes

Have not had a chance to wear them, but upon first look, the shoes look great, good leather, Vibram sole. Workmanship looks fine and appears to be 360 welted. Foot-bed is glued on so cannot examine construction and materials underneath. Seems to be leather lined throughout. The label indicates made in India.

Cynthia A. (Michigan, United States)
Really nice shoes!

My brother-in-law thought these shoes looked European and asked if they were French! Subtly stylish and comfortable.

Tahir J.N. (California, United States)
Gonna Wear These Decades!

I first purchased a pair of Trask bison leather shoes, gosh, some 15-20 years ago. Really liked them and have resoled them 2-3 times. Since they were so comfortable and tough I wore them for almost everything. I didn't polish them very often (compare to my Timberland penny loafers I first bought for work nearly 40 years ago which I did and still look great and fit!). I kinda regret that because while they are my daily walkers, they look like very scuffed up daily walkers. :)

I went online a year ago or more on Zappos and Amazon to replace and couldn't find Trask. Somehow, this site didn't turn up then. However, I kept searching every so often and last month this site came up! A great many bison products including Trask! Learned that Trask had shuttered and they had bought some of their stock including these shoes (which originally sold for over $200 if memory serves, my original pair were made in Italy, this pair in India, probably Kashmir).

Ordered these and they arrived in their original packaging. They shoes had a white film on them which I wasn't sure if was a mold or a bloom of wax or what. However, Herd Wear has a great guarantee so I took a cloth and gave the shoes a firm wipe which removed all the film and the shoes looked great. Put them in a dark closet to see if the film would return. Planned to return them if so. Shoes still look great! Hurrah!

They look great and fit true (I've been 8.5D since college some 40yrs ago) and I'll be wearing them a great deal. And keeping them polished since Trask clearly isn't making any more and I haven't found anything with this style in bison leather yet. I've posted before and after pix below re the white film. Feel comfortable shopping here! I hope the Miskins find a successor to this enterprise. Cheers!

Tahir: Thank you both for your order and your very thorough write-up. You are correct that the 'white' is just wax that works it's way up unless it is worked back in ... just as you did. Wearing shoes - flexing - also helps keep that surface wax flexable in accross the leather.

Anyway, our best wishes for another 20 years (or more) of wearing your Trask shoes.