Class Eligibility

All individuals in California who purchased certain products portrayed as made in the USA when the products contained parts made outside the USA. The whole list of included products is available in the official settlement page under documents exhibit A

Estimated Amount

$25 to $50

Consumers can potentially receive $25 cash or a $50 voucher

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Djoric v. Justin Brands Inc.,
Case No. BC574927
Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles

Case Summary

The Action alleges that Defendant violated California law by improperly labeling and selling certain of its Chippewa boots and footwear (“Products” or “Chippewa Products”) as “Handcrafted in the USA” or otherwise representing that the Products were made in the United States, when they contain foreign-made parts, and that doing so was prohibited by California law. Defendant admits that it represented the Products were Handcrafted in the U.S.A., but denies that these were misrepresentations or that it violated California law.

Settlement Pool





Djoric v. Justin Brands, Inc. Claims Administrator
c/o JND Legal Administration
PO Box 91306
Seattle, WA 98111

14 responses to “Chippewa Footwear “Made in the USA” Class Action Settlement”

  1. Maria Camacho says:

    Hello,,,it’s happens too much and I am just glad that we are compensated.

    ADMIN – Hi Maria,

    It happens all the time. Just keep an eye for similar situations and report them as needed.

  2. judy simora says:

    can i file a claim if i bought this product while visiting in california?

    ADMIN – Hi Judy,

    It reads all persons in California. My guess is that you don’t qualify.

  3. Natha Dillon says:

    Bought this while visiting a friend in California.

  4. Erin Gerrity says:

    I make it a point to buy items made in the USA to support my countey, would have chosen a different manufacturer had I realized this is not the case

    ADMIN – Hi Erin,

    I totally get your point. Now go ahead and file your claim.

  5. cordo says:

    For those that purchased while visiting California, the first sentence of the claim form states: “If you purchased a pair of Chippewa brand boots or other Chippewa footwear between March 1, 2011 and June 30, 2017, while residing in California, you could be entitled to benefits under a class action settlement.”

    • Leanne Navin says:

      They were a gift to me from a friend who visited California. Not waterproof – very unhappy with them. I gave them to the Goodwill.

  6. Timothy h Holden says:

    bought a pair of chippewa moccasins in sept 2015 while visiting northern california

    ADMIN – Hi Timothy,

    Fantastic, If you are a class member by all means file a claim.

  7. nassux says:

    iim just here for the free money

  8. Xea C Allen says:

    I just heard about this site & recall from my friend…

    Should I throw them away?

    ADMIN – Hi Xea,

    This shoe is not waterproof. This is the only defect.

  9. Patsy Winzey says:

    bought a pair and they were not water proof

    ADMIN – Hi Patsy,

    That is why we have a settlement.

  10. Doretha Barnes says:

    add me

    ADMIN – Hi Doretha,

    File a claim if the deadline has not passed.

  11. Mo Martinez says:

    Any update on this case?

    ADMIN – Hi Mo,

    None at the moment.

  12. April says:

    Any update yet?

    ADMIN – Hi April,

    I don’t have further updates at the moment.

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