The Edward Green Westminster is one of our favorite shoes, and it couldn’t look better than it does here as an MTO in American alligator. The matte skin is understated and elegant, which might sound like a funny thing to say about Gator, but in this case it couldn’t be more true. These are shoes for the discerning few, and we present them here for your viewing pleasure.
Features: Westminster, Mocca Alligator Matte, Double Leather 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, Dark Brown Delapre, Dainite Rubber Soles
The Chelsea boot was designed for its ease of slipping on and off. In addition the whole-cut forepart and elastic gussets, Edward Green creates a boot that fits like a glove, or (to be more precise), like a sock. This boot is perfectly urban and versatile, wearing well with just about anything.
Features: 82 Last, Snuff Suede, Single Leather Soles
The Dover is Edward Green’s signature shoe — a blucher with a hand-sewn vamp. The hand-sewing process is so delicate that a pig’s bristle must be used to sew rather than a needle. This shoe is one for the ages: comfortable, useful, and very unique.
Features: 606 Last, Espresso Suede, H/AF Soles
Based on an old Royal Air Force boot, the Kentmere is an archival pattern that Edward Green has revived. Made in Dark Brown Utah on Ridgeway soles, they’re ideal for the most rugged wear. Put them on with jeans or chinos and you’ll make it through the toughest winter storm.
Features: 72 Last, Dark Brown Utah, Ridgeway Soles
The Galway is a most classic English Country Boot, yet quite urbane by today’s standards. Combining a shaft of dark brown Delapre, a forefoot of smooth dark brown Utah, 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 Utah and Dark Brown Delapre, Dainite Soles