Edward Green Shoes
When Mr. Edward Green began making shoes in Northampton in 1890, he made a commitment to “excellence without compromise”. This maxim has guided the company for more than a century as it’s represented the pinnacle of England’s shoe-making tradition. To this day, each pair of Edward Green shoes is individually made using the same traditional hand craftsmanship since 1890. Edward Green has been worn by the Duke of Windsor, Cole Porter, and Ernest Hemingway, and continues to dress “another generation of men who appreciate the difference”.
We feel that shoes of this quality are worthy of proper care—not just because they can last decades when kept well, but because they are made with such care and respect that it only seems right to respect them in return. That is why Axel's is one of the few stores to include, at no additional charge, a set of Edward Green's beechwood shoetrees (valued at $145) with each and every pair of Edward Green shoes. We carry a variety of Edward Green selections that fit our style beautifully, including boots, loafers, oxfords, and the very popular monk strap.