Cut by hand from the finest calfskins, each pair of Edward Green shoes is made in our Northampton workshop according to the same principles that have guided us for over a century.
Edward Green was a man with a singular passion for shoes. He established his workshop in Northampton in 1890, drawing together a team of the most illustrious craftsmen and sourcing the best materials for them to work with.
“Excellence without compromise,” was his promise and soon his name became associated with the finest Goodyear welted footwear, chosen by style icons from Ernest Hemingway to Edward, Duke of Windsor.
These men and many others like them epitomise what Edward Green shoes represent: elegant, quintessentially English footwear worn by gentlemen of distinction, charm and wit. Men who understand the value of tradition yet thrive on a sense of adventure.
Today we continue to strive to make the best shoes possible, refining and improving our process, but always taking our time to ensure each pair of shoes is fit to bear our founder’s name and dress another generation of men who truly appreciate the difference.