Great article from Sam Schube at GQ Magazine who features the Blundstone 500's in "The Best All-Weather Boot Is Beloved by Australian Farmers—and Scruffy Art Kids" - which looks at how the Blundstone 500's made it from Australia to New York City back in his college days and how they've become more popular in the US over recent years. Making the move from ranchers to painters, "Blundstones fit nicely into the broader, increasingly unhinged menswear landscape."

The article talks about the Blundstone 500, in walnut-brown and coal-black, their comfort and how they can be worn "through rain, snow, sleet, and a half-dozen trips to the pretend-outdoors of upstate New York."

Read the full piece at

And view the Men's original 500's here at