Cole Haan boots are made by a label owned by G-III Apparel Group, Ltd. These products are marketed as high-end fashion with low consideration of actual usefulness as a boot for men's footwear. These products are made in low-wage sweatshops in Asia of rather poor quality materials and workmanship.
Styles of boots made: fashion dress boots and dorky-looking fashion shoes
Value: Cole Haan boots present poor value for the price paid. They are constructed of questionable quality leather and materials using machine-made processes. The boots are made in undisclosed locations in Asia by low-bid contracts. The company is selling a label, not a quality pair of men's boots.
Availability: Some licensed third-party vendors sell Cole Haan boots, as well as through the company website.
Custom sizing: Not available.
How to order: Try on and purchase in brick-and-mortar stores or from on-line vendors.