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Edward Green Newmarket, Snuff Suede

Edward Green Newmarket, Snuff Suede
Edward Green Newmarket, Snuff Suede
Edward Green Newmarket, Snuff Suede
Edward Green Newmarket, Snuff Suede

The Chelsea boot was designed for its ease of slipping on and off. In addition the whole-cut forepart and elastic gussets, Edward Green creates a boot that fits like a glove, or (to be more precise), like a sock. This boot is perfectly urban and versatile, wearing well with just about anything.

82 Last, Snuff Suede, Single Leather Soles

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Edward Green Chelsea, Mink Suede

Edward Green Chelsea, Mink Suede
Edward Green Chelsea, Mink Suede
Edward Green Chelsea, Mink Suede
Edward Green Chelsea, Mink Suede

The Chelsea is Edward Green’s most classic shoe, a cap toe balmoral made with an elegant silhouette and subtle detailing. This pair is made on slim rubber soles that are sleek, comfortable, and lightweight. Combined with mink suede, you have one of the most beautiful and useful shoes you can find.

82 Last, Mink Suede, Rubber Soles

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Edward Green & Ambrosi trunk show

Edward Green trunk show

Chicago

May 1 – 2
10 am – 6 pm

New York

May 4 – 5
11 am – 7 pm

The second day of our joint trunk show with Edward Green and Ambrosi is underway in Chicago. Fredrik and Salva will be here until 6pm. After that, it’s off to New York, where we’ll host them this Thursday and Friday.

Feel free to drop by anytime to see Edward Green. We recommend scheduling an appointment with Ambrosi. To see what’s available, you can email us at events@leffot.com, or call our Chicago store at (312) 964-5345, or our New York store at (212) 989-4577.

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Edward Green trunk show

Edward Green trunk show
Edward Green trunk show
Edward Green trunk show
Edward Green trunk show
Edward Green trunk show

Chicago

May 1 – 2
10 am – 6 pm

New York

May 4 – 5
11 am – 7 pm

Edward Green is regarded by many to make “the finest shoes in all of England for the discerning few.” A more classic English shoe would be hard to find. Having been in business for more than 120 years, Edward Green has become discreetly famous for the finest welted shoes.

Our EG shows are tremendously popular. We present the largest selection of samples assembled at any Edward Green show in North America. You will have your choice of models, lasts, leathers, colors, and soles for your made to order pair.

Appointments suggested.

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White bucks

Edward Green MTO
Alden Plain Toe
Edward Green MTO

Now that spring is settling in, we turn our thoughts to lighter shoes. One of our favorite looks is white nubuck. Before you have a heart attack, consider that not all bucks are created equal.

The classic white buck blucher or wingtip with red soles is timeless. But if you want to take it up a few notches, consider a custom pair of Edward Green derbys or monk straps in white nubuck.

White is a very crisp look that brightens any outfit. We know from experience that it garners many compliments. So we encourage you to wear your bucks and step out in style.


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Edward Green MTOs

Edward Green MTO
Edward Green MTO
Edward Green MTO
Edward Green MTO

Edward Green is regarded by many to be “the finest shoes in England for the discerning few.” A more classic English shoe would be hard to find. Having been in business for more than 120 years, Edward Green has become discreetly famous for probably the finest welted shoes.

We recently received a shipment of Edward Green made-to-order shoes, and they’re as beautiful and elegant as ever. We present them here for your viewing pleasure.

Next month we’ll host trunk shows with Edward Green at both our stores. We invite you to join us in Chicago on May 1 and 2, and in New York on May 4 and 5.


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