The Banbury is a classic three-eyelet chukka by Edward Green. Worn with anything from a flannel suit to jeans, they’re an easy, understated way to stay comfortable. Espresso is Edward Green’s newest suede, first available this fall. Pair it with navy, grey, or khaki for a crisp, elegant look.
Features: 202 Last, Espresso Suede, R1 Rubber Soles
The Galway is a most classic English Country Boot, yet quite urbane by today’s standards. The HT Galway is an exclusive limited edition version of this classic that we’ve designed for summer wear. Made with a cotton twill upper and slim rubber soles, they pair well with seersuckers or tropical wools. Boots don’t have to be rugged to get the job done, but they do need to be well made, and Edward Green makes them as good as they get.
Features: 82 Last, Burnt Pine Calfskin and Khaki Twill, R1 Soles
Edward Green’s Malvern is every bit the classic English wingtip. We’ve made this pair in the spectator style, which was very popular in the 1920s and 1930s. Spectators are a classic summer shoe, and when they’re made by Edward Green, you can’t go wrong.
Features: 82 Last, Dark Oak Calfskin and White Suede, Single Leather Soles
What can we say about a classic? These penny loafers are inspired by one of the most classic gentlemen, the Duke of Windsor. Made in unlined whiskey shell cordovan on single leather soles, they’re an elegant loafer that’s easy to wear in any number of situations, from dress to casual. And since they’re made of unlined shell, they’re as comfortable as can be.
Features: 137 Last, Whiskey Shell Cordovan, Single Leather Soles