Cap-toes come and cap-toes go but Church’s Consul just keeps on keeping on. A perfect shoe for business, or shined up for dress you will never go wrong with this most classic English oxford.
Consul Ebony Nevada Calf, 173 Last
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of the summer season at least when it comes to beach rentals and white shoes. If you haven’t yet gotten around to it now’s the time to get yours.
Church’s Consul White Deerskin 173 Last
Alden White Suede Blucher’s Flex Welt Soles Leydon Last
Alden White Suede Chukka’s Flex Welt Soles Leydon Last
Our newest Church’s model is actually quite old. It’s an archival style we asked Church’s to remake for us and is available exclusively at Leffot. This shoe is quite unique and has loads of style, it’s a loafer, monk strap, kiltie and brogue all in one the only thing it’s missing is laces and a zipper.
Church’s Kaber 002 Last in Brown Nevada Calf
The Consul has been a staple in Church’s collection for years. They say you can’t teach an old dog a new trick but we say it’s the old dog that truly appreciates the new trick. These Consul’s look totally fresh in white deerskin with natural sole and heel edges. Not only are they super chic they’re super soft besides. And yes we stock the old dogs too.
Church’s Consul 173 Last White Deerskin – In Stock
A glorious weekend of mild weather is in store and I can’t help feeling spring is close at hand. I don’t want to jinx it but it has been a brutal winter. Time to kick off the heavy boots and slip into something more comfortable, such as a pair of unlined suede chukka boots.
The Sahara 3 by Church’s is Goodyear welted on natural plantation crepe soles, which makes them extremely comfortable and stylish.
Sahara 3 in Mud Castoro Suede
Sahara 3 in Maracca Castoro Suede
Church’s is one of the largest if not “the” largest shoe manufacturer in Northampton, England. Founded in 1873 by Thomas Church and his three sons, there has been a family member involved in the business since then, until last year that is when Prada became the sole owner.
In spite of the change of ownership the shoes are still made in the same factory that Church’s has been in since 1957. Far more than the ownership it is the employees that breath life into a company and its products. I enjoyed this video because it captures the sincerity and professionalism of the men and women that produce these very solid English shoes.