Edward Green Shoes
In 1890 Edward Green began to make hand-crafted shoes for gentlemen in a small factory in Northampton. He soon gained a reputation for creating ‘the finest shoes in England for the discerning few’. This reputation was founded on the skill of his craftsmen and his belief in excellence. Today these same high standards remain with each pair of Edward Green shoes being mostly handmade, using only the finest-quality calfskin. Each pair takes several weeks to make and many skilled craftsmen are involved.
Meticulous attention to detail and a quintessentially British aesthetic combine to produce shoes of exceptional character and quality.
Edward Green shoes are sold in the world’s leading boutiques and department stores, as well as their own shops in London and Paris.