Both suede leather and the loafer style are synonymous with casual, comfortable footwear. Our version of the Edward Green Buckingham is both, and its about as comfortable a shoe as you will be able to find. Made in unlined Coffee Suede, these will fit you like a sock making it the ultimate shoe for sockless, summer wear.
100 Last, Unlined Coffee Suede, Single Leather Soles
100 Last, Unlined Navy Suede, Single Leather 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.
Fall is full of texture, wool, cashmere, flannel, and suede all rich and all beautiful. Suede is made from the under side of the skin as a result it has a nap either short or longer and is softer on the foot. Many people admire it and it reached its pinnacle of desire in the 1950’s when Blue Suede Shoes were highly sung about.
As Carl Perkins sang “You can do anything, but stay off of those blue suede shoes.” Sure they’re a little delicate but they’re just so chic. We have several suede or suede and leather combination styles but in my mind it’s the Bamford by Edward Green for me.
In Coffee suede and the subtlest medallion on the toe this is one very chic shoe. However if you just have to have a pair in blue suede, Edward Green does offer the color as an MTO and I’m happy waive the make up charge to the first person to order any pair of shoes in Blue Suede. (these happened to belong toElvis).