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Edward Green Chelsea and Piccadilly restock

For many years Edward Green has been famous for making classic English shoes. We’ve just restocked two of their signatures — the Chelsea and the Piccadilly. Both are made in EG’s versatile Dark Oak calfskin, which pairs well with nearly any color. These are two of the most beautiful and useful shoes you can find. They’re elegant, subtle, and never go out of style.

Chelsea, 82 Last, Dark Oak Calfskin, Single Leather Soles
Piccadilly, 184 Last, Dark Oak Calfskin, Single Leather Soles

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Edward Green Chelsea, Mink Suede

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

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Edward Green

Edward Green is regarded by many to make the “finest shoes in England for the discerning few.” We’ve just restocked of some their core collection: the Asquith, Piccadilly, and Chelsea. More classic English shoes would be hard to find.

Made in Northampton for over 125 years, Edward Green’s reputation has been built on elegant, handcrafted shoes. Benchmade for quality and comfort, they are the quintessential Goodyear welted English shoe. Care for them properly, and they’ll easily last fifteen years, if not more.

The Asquith is on the 888 smart square toe last, and the Chelsea is now available on the smart round 82 last.

Asquith, Dark Oak Calfskin, 888 Last, Single Leather Soles

Piccadilly, Black Calfskin, 184 Last, Single Leather Soles

Chelsea, Dark Oak Calfskin, 82 Last, Single Leather Soles

Chelsea, Black Calfskin, 82 Last, Single Leather Soles

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Edward Green MTO

Edward Green has been making some of the finest men’s shoes in Northampton, England for more than 125 years. Benchmade to fit the foot with maximum support and comfort, they’re the embodiment of the “Classic” English shoe.

Our spring Trunk Show with Edward Green is Thursday May 30th and we invite to join us and meet Xavier Candat & Robert Godley of EG and preview an incredible selection of their shoes.

Here to whet your appetite is a selection of Made to Order Edward Green shoes that recently arrived.

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Edward Green Chelsea, Dark Oak Antique

Dark Oak Antique calfskin is one of Edward Green’s richest and most versatile leathers. Combine it with the most classic style, the captoe balmoral, and you have a pair of shoes you can wear in just about any situation that calls for dress shoes. This is not to mention that the leather will wear in beautifully, making the shoes even more comfortable and incredibly wearable.

82 Last, Dark Oak Antique Last, Single Leather Soles

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Edward Green Chelsea, Mink Suede

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

 

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