Northamptonshire, England, is known the world over for its quality shoemaking — thanks in large part to Grenson. Since 1866, when William Green launched the company — “Grenson” stands for “Green & Son” — the company’s top-flight, handmade leather boots, brogues and wingtip shoes have seen their share of action both in the streets and on the battlefield. Grenson outfitted British soldiers in both world wars, even creating a pocket designed to fit a commando knife. You’re on your own when it comes to storing deadly weapons, but you can still look to Grenson for unmatched craftsmanship and an exquisite eye for detail.
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Since 1866 Grenson has made shoes for walking and boots for fighting. The Northamptonshire-based company outfitted Britain’s foot soldiers and cavalry in both World Wars. But the brand has never strayed far from its Savile Row aesthetic—just check out these smart lace-up oxfords, cap toes, and desert boots in rich leather and suede. All come complete with a sharp, modern sensibility, complemented by a healthy dose of classic British style.
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Grenson isn’t exactly short on history, with more than 150 years under its belt, plus innovations like the first factory in the world to utilize Goodyear welt construction. But that doesn’t mean the brand is clinging to the past. To wit, this collection of shoes and boots: All come complete with a sharp, modern sensibility, underscored by a healthy dose of classic British style.