Our Cooney boot is back. Made expressly for Leffot, this snuff suede captoe boot on the Aberdeen last features low profile flat Flex Welt soles, brown agatine eyelets, and speed hooks. It’s a masterpiece of a shoe, designed and named after one of our particularly discerning customers.
The Cooney is a soft, comfortable, flexible boot that looks great with basically any outfit, from jeans to casual suits. Its perforated cap toe and tapered look add to the formality, while the incredibly beautiful snuff suede brings texture and rich color to the party.
Aberdeen Last, Snuff Suede, Flex Soles
There are some men who say there isn’t anything that doesn’t look great with a pair of brown suede shoes. We wouldn’t couldn’t agree more. Mink suede is lush in texture and vibrant in color, but subtle enough to pair with just about any hue.
On the Chelsea model, a classic, equally versatile cap toe balmoral, this shoe is just about as good as it gets when it comes to wearability and comfort. Made with the masterful craftsmanship of Edward Green, these will compliment your clothing for years to come.
82 Last, Mink Suede, Single Leather Soles
One of the most classic footwear details is brouging, which is essentially punching and gimping the leather to add elegance and flair to a variety of shoes and Edward Green does it so well.
Our Cadogan captoe is made up in Edwardian Antique, a bright and lively version of the stalwart classic. And our Malvern wingtip is in Dark Oak Antique, just about as fundamental as an English wingtip can get: ornate, yet dark and unassuming.
The Malvern and the Cadogan are two traditional styles that showcase the formal ease of brogued leather.
82 Last, Edwardian Antique Calf, Single Leather Soles
82 Last, Dark Oak Antique Calf, Single Leather Soles
If we had our way everything would be made in tobacco suede. The color is amazing and makes every pair of shoes look incredible. The key is to start with a great style by a great shoe-making company and the rest takes care of itself.
Our new Edward Green Arlington is special. Every time we open a box smiles light up the room. It’s a happy color yet stylish and sophisticated.
202 Last, Tobacco Suede, Single Sole Natural Edge
The newest arrival by Gaziano & Girling is the Burlington in black calfskin. We love the formality of black oxfords but these shoes also have great style, which is something not easily found in other captoe oxfords.
That’s not really surprising to us though because G&G make some of the most stylish and sophisticated English shoes today.
TG73 Last, Black Calfskin, Oak Bark Soles
Suede shoes get a bad rap. It seems like guys are always talking about how they think they’ll get ruined. Contrary to popular opinion, quality suede is one of the most versatile and comfortable shoe leathers you can invest in. And it actually looks better with wear.
We’ve paired Edward Green’s classic captoe Cardiff blucher with fine-grained coffee suede, making it as fit for January as it is for June. Any time there isn’t salt or melting snow in the way, you can proudly wear these shoes. They pair great with just about any color or texture, from dusty summer linens to somber winter flannel.
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202 Last, Coffee Suede, Single Leather Sole
A bit of understated elegance just walked in the door here at Leffot. These Horween Shell Cordovan boots are a versatile addition to your wardrobe that spans from jeans to a navy or grey suit. Their classic, simple design, reminiscent of vintage US Naval boots, makes them a three-season workhorse, made expressly for Leffot.
Black shell cordovan really doesn’t get the love it deserves. It has a lacquered glow that you can only truly appreciate in person, and yet it maintains its shine with little care or maintenance.
The double leather black bottom soles, with a 360-degree flat welt, enhance the boot’s simplicity while adding durability and comfort. Designed with nine black agatine eyelets and black* waxed laces these boots are spit-shined and ready to serve.
Barrie Last, Black Shell Cordovan, Double Leather Soles
*Although the boot lace color appears purple in reality they are true black
Edward Green shoes are among the finest and most classic English shoes today. And why not they’ve only been at it since 1890. Two new stock models are a case in point.
The Asquith one of the most worn EG shoes is a masculine captoe oxford with tasteful brouging. The Inverness is a smart blind wingtip with plenty of style.
Both models are made for Leffot on the Edward Green 888 last and fit like a glove.
Asquith 888 Last, Dark Oak Antique
Inverness 888 Last, Black Calf