Named after the London landmark, Crosby Square originally debuted in 1932 as the premier marque of the famed Walter Booth Shoe Company, which was then-based in Watertown, Wisconsin. Crosby Square achieved international recognition in 1959 when the brand was awarded three medals at the prestigious National Sample Fair in Rome, Italy, and in its heyday was considered to be one of the finest American makers of men's welted footwear. As consumer tastes shifted towards more casual footwear in the 1970s the brand fell on hard times and all but disappeared by the 1980s. Thankfully Crosby Square has been revived, and is staying true to its classic roots and distinctive British styling with a curated assortment of timeless dress and dress-casual silhouettes.
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