There can be no finer connection between an American man and the ground he walks than the Martin Dingman shoe. In his youth, Martin Dingman spent his summers on horseback in southern Missouri, helping to manage the family's herd of Black Angus cattle. He grew up with an appreciation for big skies, the smell of worn leather, and the strength of American values. These shoes have strong traditional roots but are fresh and alive - not stodgy. Slip into a pair and see if you don't find Aaron Copeland's "Fanfare for the Common Man" playing in your head.