In celebration of the holidays, we’ve partnered with Optimo, Frank Clegg, the Hanger Project, and Permanent Style to offer a giveaway like no other.
Prizes include a $1000 Leffot gift card, a classic Optimo hat, $1000 Frank Clegg gift card, $800 Hanger Project gift card, and three autographed books from Simon Crompton.
The contest runs until Sunday, December 9. To enter, use the form below.
Ultimate Holiday Giveaway
The Galway is a most classic English country boot, yet quite urbane by today’s standards. Combining supple Utah calfskin, Dainite soles, and a smart tapered round toe, these shoes glide easily between dress and casual occasions.
Wear them with a suit when the morning weather is sub-par, or on a snowy Saturday stroll. 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, Dark Brown or Navy Utah, Dainite Soles
These preppy pairs are made for us on the Barrie last in Color 8 Shell Cordovan with with a Brown Alpine Grain saddle, brass eyelets and oil-soaked flex soles. They’re light as a feather and look great with jeans and khakis, as well as gray or navy slacks.
At the height of their popularity during the fifties and sixties Saddle Shoes were a staple of preppy Ivy Leaguers’. The preppy doctrine Take Ivy includes an Ivy Wardrobe Directory, which lists the following shoes.
Features: Barrie Last, Color 8 Shell Cordovan/Brown Alpine Grain, Flex Welt Sole
This is it — the classic 1000 Mile Boot. The Wolverine 1000 Mile shoe was created in a time when men were looking for authentic craftsmanship and footwear that would last. Advertised as comfortable enough to “give you 1,000 miles of wear,” the shoe became a wardrobe staple for men of the 20th century.
Based on Wolverine’s archival pattern, the 1000 Mile Boot is designed to meticulously replicate the original. Made in camo suede with single leather soles, they’re a modern take on a classic. Best of all, they’re made in America, just like the original.
These boots drop ship from Wolverine.
Features: Camo Suede, Single Leather Soles
In conjunction with our Alden trunk show yesterday in Chicago, we previewed several new models that will be available for pre-order tomorrow, November 18. However we also have two models in stock for purchase now. Shop online or in our Chicago store.
Alden x Leffot Dearborn Boot
We named these boots after Chicago’s Dearborn Street, where the Monadnock Building and our Chicago store are found. They’re made on the Plaza last in tobacco chamois with commando soles, the perfect winter combination if there ever was one. Wear them with nearly anything for a sharp, smart look.
Features: Plaza Last, Tobacco Chamois, Commando Soles
Alden x Leffot Longwing
Made with a textured black calfskin and durable, comfortably soft crepe soles, this Alden longwing is a shoe that perfectly straddles the line between casual and dressed up. Wear it with jeans, khakis, or any number of dress slacks.
Longwings have been around for years because they’re classic and versatile. They are time tested and proven and belong in every wardrobe. Fashion goes in and out of style but classic is forever.
Features: Barrie Last, Black Alpine Graine Calfskin, Plantation Crepe Soles
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. Pair with navy, grey, or khaki for a crisp, elegant look.
Features: 202 Last, Snuff Suede, Rubber Soles