Twenty years ago, while fly fishing near his Montana home, retired footwear executive Harrison Trask spotted a herd of bison crossing the Madison River, impervious to the icy cold water. Inspiration struck as he wondered if their hide could be used to create a resilient shoe. Today, with the original designer back at the helm, these Trask Driving Shoes stay true to the heritage that embodies the ideals of quality materials, superior craftsmanship and rugged yet refined style. Luxurious leathers like American bison and steer (still hand made by Chicago's famous Horween Leathers) or Norwegian elk feel supple yet retain their shape, and wear like iron. With EVA cushioned footbed, smooth leather lining and hand sewn construction you'll maneuver your car's pedals with precision. The structured rubber and split driving sole ensures enhanced walking comfort and durability. These shoes won't get older, they'll just get better!