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For our Made in England shoes, we took to Northamptonshire, the home of British shoe-making. With fine leather and over 125 years of experience, skill and pride in every pair, no shoe quite compares.
Chelsea boots have elasticised sides that stretch and allow you to slip the shoes on or off. They are ankle high and typically close fitting.
Chukka boots are ankle-high and lace up using 2-4 pairs of eyelets. Ours are made from premium leather and suede.
Derby shoes have open lacing (unlike Oxfords which have closed lacing). The shoelace eyelets are sewn on top of the uppers, giving a slightly more relaxed look.
Loafers are slip-on leather shoes with a broad flat heel.
Monk shoes are fastened with a buckled strap rather than laces. They're less formal than Oxford shoes, but smarter than brogues or Derby shoes."
Oxford shoes have enclosed lacing where the shoelace eyelets are stitched underneath the top section of the shoe. This creates a cleaner, more formal look.
Wholecut shoes are made from a single piece of high quality leather. They have virtually no stitching, giving them a flawless, formal look.
Driving shoes are slip-on shoes, normally made from suede. They have a lightweight moccasin construction with little rubber nubs on the sole for extra grip.
An ever-comfortable, everyday casual shoe. Ours are made with premium leather and suede, and have rubber soles for extra grip.
An apron front is a piece of leather or suede that is stitched on top of the front of the shoe, in a shape like an apron.
A brogue toe cap is an extra section of leather on the toe (the toe cap) that has decorative perforations.
The front of the shoe has a distinctive broguing design in the shape of a "W".
A smooth, unembellished piece of leather is fitted over the toe of the shoe.
A plain piece of leather is sewn to the front of the shoe in a "W" shape.
A shoe with no decoration or perforations on the toe or vamp.