"Just wanted to say hank you for the boots - they are awesome. Very close to "barefoot" walking. Friday I wore them around the house, Saturday I walked 2 miles and wore them to work, they are so comfortable! Today I walked 6 miles and did some snowshoeing also. Again COMFORTABLE! Since wearing the 5 FingerVibrams I have not found a "shoe" that is comfortable - until now. I plan on wearing the boots until the weather is warm enough for the Vibrams. And I will certainly use the boots for hiking this year in the White Mts. I am so looking forward to it! Please keep my measurements on file, I will be ordering again!"
"Just received my first order last night, the 7 inch Minimalist Thula Thula's and after wearing them all day long, I wanted to get back with you and let you know how happy I am with them. They fit perfectly - very comfortabe - the craftsmanship is very good. I can't wait to get the 4 inch pair in a couple months."
Tim Gifford - Texas
"I would like to have the enclosed pair of Thula Thula's, (made in 2009), resoled and repaired as necessary. Since purchasing these shoes they have been worn almost daily due to the comfort they have afforded my feet. As a result of the Thula Thula's I am a hage proponent of minimalist footwear. Since I have owned these shoes I have worn them nearly every day. I can not say enough about the shoes and the impact, (or perhaps the lack thereof), that they have had on my feet and back. They are truly awesome!"
Charles Davis - Texas
"I received my Thula Thulas and have been wearing them nonstop. The workmanship and leather are top-notch. Superb!
Bill Reynolds -- Washington
Jeff Wemmer, President and CEO of Monahans, TX-based Texas Hunt Co put one of the early pairs of Thula Thula “PHs” through its paces in the rugged and unforgiving High Plains of West Texas during the spring, summer and fall of 2007. Wemmer, a former endurance athlete was training in the desert for a difficult mountain elephant hunt in Zimbabwe. He continued to test his original pair of Thula Thula “PH” boots during his rigorous dove and quail hunting regimine during the fall and winter of 2007, logging well over 100 foot-miles.