With a history spanning over 150 years, Blundstone has continuously embraced progress and adaptation. Since its establishment in 1870 by John Blundstone in Hobart, Tasmania, the brand has crafted purposeful footwear designed to withstand various terrains, including the city streets, farmlands, dance floors, and factory grounds.

Throughout the changing landscape of fashion and the historical events such as the Great Depression and both world wars, the company's unwavering dedication to quality and innovation has persevered. From the vibrant era of the '60s to the grunge movement of the '90s and the festival fashion of the 2000s, Blundstone has remained a constant presence.

Over the years, the brand has provided boots for a diverse range of individuals, including Australian soldiers, Everest expeditioners, football players, factory workers, farmers, and law enforcement officers. It has also inspired countless artists, musicians, chefs, tap dancers, and Olympic athletes to put their best foot forward. Furthermore, the brand's collection of kids' boots has sparked the enthusiasm of a new generation of Blundstone enthusiasts, encouraging them to embrace rainy afternoons by fearlessly jumping in puddles.

While the company draws inspiration from its rich heritage and cherished homeland, it is the people who wear their boots that truly fuel their passion and creativity.