After beginning as an apprentice aged 12, Edward Green established his shoemaking workshop in Northampton in 1890, where the brand’s shoes are still crafted more than a century later. A team of 60 skilled artisans produces 350 pairs of shoes a week, which go to boutiques across the globe, as well as Edward Green’s London and Paris stores.
The brand prides itself on creating quintessentially English footwear. The Banbury – Edward Green’s classic chukka boot – is no exception. It’s available in dark oak antique and black calf; mink, army green and snuff suede; and dark brown and black delapré (a supple matte calf). A versatile choice, the Banbury is smart enough for the office and practical in all weathers.