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Tag: brogue

Edward Green Asquith & Inverness

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

In The Window

This week we’re featuring our new stompers by Church’s. Sorry these are not boots for wimps, the upper is black pull up calf (full grain calf skin) on heavy lug soles and braided cord shoe laces. A must have for lovers of brogues; there’s plenty here to go around.

Church’s McFarlane Boots in Black Pull Up Calf