The Somali Ostrich is commonly found north of Kenya bordering Somali and around the horn of Africa. Somali ostrich is considered one of the most genetically distinct of all ostriches.
It is reported the Somali Ostrich species decline has been attributed to egg poaching and hunting for food and leather. Our Black Friday contributions will further the works of Kenya birds of prey in helping bird rescue, protection and conservation efforts. The contributions will directly help in getting resources needed to sort out immediate needs as the need arises.
Fun fact: Ostriches are the fastest of any two-legged creation on the planet. The Males are known to make a loud roar as a warning sign.
The Enda Iten Somali Ostrich collection:
The Enda Lapatet Somali Ostrich collection:
The Koobi Fora Somali Ostrich Trail shoe collection:
The Koobi Fora trail shoe is our newest collection. A nimble trail runner perfect for taking on dirt and rock trails. “Koo-bee For-ah” the name behind the inspiration, is an archeological site in Northern Kenya. Koobi Fora is where the first hominid footprints are found.
The Somali Ostrich Koobi Fora colorways include: