Headquartered in Northamptonshire — a region of the UK renowned for its top-quality footwear manufacturers — Loake has been producing premium leather men’s shoes and boots since 1880. Established by brothers Thomas, John and William Loake, this brand isn’t as vocal as some of its neighboring competitors — but what it lacks in volume, it makes up for in craftsmanship. Semi-brogue lace-ups and brogue Chelsea boots, chic Nappa and eel moccasins, classic tassel loafers, brogues and other styles are made from the finest hand-burnished leathers and feature leather linings and insoles, rubber soles, and Goodyear welt construction. A standard pair of Loake shoes requires the work of up to 130 skilled craftspeople and undergoes an intensive production process that can last up to eight weeks. Given the impeccably stylish results, we'd say that all the effort is worth it.
While nothing will ever replace a sleek pair of lace-ups, monkstraps are certainly giving the style a run for its money. With a covetable assortment of brands including Antonio Maurizi, Loake, and a.testoni Basic, this sale has plenty of styles in both single and double straps.
It’s been a bit of a wet winter and that wintry mix of rain, sleet, and snow can wreak havoc on our beloved wingtips. Thankfully, today’s sale has plenty of sleek footwear to help replace some of your wounded soldiers, from stylish double monkstrap oxfords from Antonio Maurizi, Mark McNairy, and Loake, to brilliant wingtips and lace-ups from Grenson, Alfred Sargent, and more. With Spring right around the corner, use this selection as the perfect opportunity to elevate your shoe game for the impending season.
Once in a while, we wind up with some great items that haven't found their way to a good home (read: yours). It’s tragic, we know. But there’s a silver lining — we've put all our stylish leftovers in one place for easy browsing (and picking). We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast before we run out.
Foundation footwear that fuses classic craftsmanship with modern style