Edward Green’s Grosvenor is made on the 915 last, which is the heir to the 82 last. Its toe box has sculpted sides and has been slightly extended from the 82. Made in black calfskin, it’s a simple three-eyelet derby that’s easy to wear with suits.
The double monk strap shoe is a very interesting shoe to look at, both impressive in its simplicity and individual in its construction. Despite the strong presence of the shoe’s design, Gaziano and Girling has managed to make a very distinctive shoe with their Grosvenor.
Made in deep and rich Vintage Rioja with a brogued medallion on the toe and a chiseled, more-continental last, the Grosvenor stands apart as a shoe of its own. Its perfect for suits and slacks, and can even be worn with jeans with the right ensemble.
We’re excited about these new double monks strap shoes from G&G. We first set eyes on them at our trunk show last October and we knew we had to have them for our stock.
Made on the sharp square TG73 last in Midnight calfskin these babies are for rocking out in suits or jeans.
The Grosvenor is one of the newer models designed by Tony Gaziano and it will be among others on display during our upcoming trunk show April 23rd.
TG73 Last, Midnight Antique, Silver Buckles, Single Leather Soles