Shoes

We hope to include here some of the iconic British brands of shoes and footwear

It's often said that you can tell a great deal about a person from their shoes. You can tell even more how they care for and present them. That's why The Original Laces Company of Maldon, England started designing and manufacturing coloured shoelaces in February 2014 with metal, embossed and laser etched tips called 'aglets' or 'flooglebinders'.

Van Dal is part of a family company established in Norwich in 1936. The last traditional ladies court shoemaker in the Norwich, and largest in the UK, we are proud to still have Made in England in our collection.

 

Me.Me Dance are an established British Brand creating professional and beautiful shoes for the Dance, Theatre and film Industry. Making shoes is what we do and by using traditional methods and modern technology, we create the most beautiful bespoke shoes.

Our shoe makers come from highly respected, creative backgrounds, collectively they have more than several decades of experience between them.

The British Flat Shoe of choice for the discerning lady, a Ballerina style shoe in colours for every outfit!

Simple, practical and good quality leather flat ballerina style ladies shoes made in Northampton, Great Britain.... the home to generations of shoe making.

A True British Athletic Company est. 1961
Walsh shoes is Britain’s only wholly owned designed and manufactured sports footwear company.
Norman Walsh began making athletic footwear upon leaving school in 1945 at the age of fourteen, serving his apprenticeship at Bolton based Foster Bros Footwear, where he became a master craftsman. Mr Foster was the grandfather of Joe and Jeff Foster who both went on and founded “Reebok”. Norman’s skill was recognised early by Mr Foster which led him to become responsible for the professional athletic customers. In 1948 he made many of the shoes worn by the British Olympic team. His name became known by many top professional athletes around the world and in 1961 he founded Norman Walsh Footwear.

Welcome to Solovair manufacturers of the famous soft sole suspension shoes and boots. Hand made in Wollaston, Northamptonshire since 1881. All parts of the shoe making process begin and end within the factory. We supply shoes to many British companies under their own name as well as producing air-cushioned footwear under the Solovair brand.

Successful women wear Yull shoes Sarah Watkinson-Yull established Yull in 2011 at 21. She completed her studies at Philip Green's Fashion Retail Academy in 2009 before working for

Cheaney English Shoes - Handmade in England

Joseph Cheaney and Sons have been making traditional english shoes in the same small market town of Desborough in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside since 1886

Hotter Comfort Concept, have been making comfortable shoes for women and men since 1959. Made from the finest quality materials, the 'Comfort Concept' range offers

Church’s was founded in 1873 by Thomas Church and his three sons Alfred, William and Thomas Jr., who could count on family experience in the production of handmade men’s

New Balance launched its UK manufacturing facility for technologically innovative footwear 22 years ago. Against the trend, which has seen many of its competitors moving production overseas,

The Loake family has been producing fine, handmade men's footwear for as long as anyone can remember, check their website for a full history and where to buy.

Founded by Edward Ducker in 1898. Housed in traditional shop premises in the very heart of Oxford, the Ducker name is synonymous with the art of bespoke shoemaking