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.
Edward Green maker of arguably the finest English shoes delivers again with these beauties made to order.
A reminder that our next trunk show with EG is October 27th.
Westminster 888 Last, Burgundy Suede, Natural Sole Edge – MTO
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
Last week we had the pleasure of visiting the Edward Green factory in Northampton, England. What you realize as you watch and talk with the men and women that make the shoes is that shoes are only as good as the people who make them.
To make great shoes you need great people. These are highly skilled and talented craftsmen that take tremendous pride in what they do and it shows.
Thank you Hilary Freeman and the staff at Edward Green for your unwavering dedication to quality and tradition it is truly inspiring.
Westminster 888 Last, Burnt Pine Antique – MTO
Ifford 82 Last, Dark Oak/Mink Suede – MTO
Malvern 82 Last, Dark Oak Antique – MTO