John Lobb’s William II is a faultless take on the double monkstrap, and can live as many lives as you need them to. Sport them with jeans for a casual look, or pair them with a suit or sportcoat for something a little more formal. They’re also easy to wear — just slip them on, fasten the buckles, and you’ll be ready for anything.
Features: 9795 Last, Dark Brown Museum Calfskin, Double Leather Soles
We’re often asked if we make shoes for women. The answer is a resounding yes. Many of the brands we work with will make their shoes in small men’s sizes, which we can help translate to a women’s size.
Rarely do we have shoes in these sizes in stock, but currently available in our sale section are several pair of Edward Greens and John Lobbs. They’re also available in our New York store.
If you don’t see anything that strikes you, we can always have a pair made to order to your liking. You can learn more about the MTO process on this page. Drop by either of our stores or send us an email to get things started.
John Lobb takes what would normally be a rugged boot and gives them a dash of elegance with this pair of Alders. Made with a Plum Caviar shaft and Plum Museum forefoot on heavy lug soles, they transform the winter boot into a work of art. But don’t let their good looks fool you — they’re built to take anything.
Features: 8695 Last, Plum Museum Calfskin and Plum Caviar Calfskin, Heavy Lug Soles
You can’t get any more classic than the Lopez loafer. Simply put, this shoe is an icon. Created in 1950, it is a simple and elegant shoe that’s been done up in Lobb’s beautiful dark brown suede. If you’re looking for something classic and unique, this is it.
Features: 4395 Last, Dark Brown Suede, November Soles
The Elm is a slip-on made in Lobb’s beautiful dark brown museum calfskin. The forefoot is cut from a single piece of leather that makes for a simple and elegant shoe that pairs well with anything from jeans to a sportcoat.
Features: 7000 Last, Dark Brown Museum Calfskin, Single Leather Soles
We’ve just received a restock of John Lobb’s Philip II in Dark Brown Museum calfskin. It’s a classic, understated captoe whose elegance can be seen in its beveled waist, a feature of all Prestige collection shoes, and in the subtle punching on its cap, which makes the shoe slightly less formal than the City II. They’re versatile and elegant, and perfect for wearing with a suit, but also not out of place with jeans.