The Galway is a most classic English Country Boot, yet quite urbane by today’s standards. Combining supple rosewood country calf, 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, Rosewood Country Calf, Dainite Soles
We’ve done the 403CP in shrunken calf, which is a special leather that’s exclusive to Saint Crispin’s. The distinct texture is created by steaming the hides, which causes them to shrink as they dry. It creates the rugged yet refined look that makes these boots unique.
The Nevis is a cross between two of Edward Green’s most classic models: the Dover and the Galway. It’s a rugged country boot made on dainite soles with a split toe and shearling-lined shaft. The burgundy delapre is an easy alternative to brown, and pairs well with greys, khakis, and browns.
The Bristol boot puts a twist on our classic Greenwich boots. Instead of the rounded toe box of the Barrie last, the Bristol is made on the Plaza, with its square toe. We’ve done them in color 8 shell cordovan on comfortable flex soles, which makes them great for dressing up or down.
The Nevis is a cross between two of Edward Green’s most classic models: the Dover and the Galway. It’s a rugged country boot made on double leather soles with a split toe. The olive calfskin is an easy alternative to brown, and pairs well with greys, khakis, and browns.
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. We’re stocking three models in various colors. Each is Goodyear Welted to last years. And best of all, they’re made in America, just like the original.