Edward Green established his shoe-making workshop in Northampton in 1890 with a commitment to 'making the finest shoes, without compromise.' The Edward Green name is now associated with the finest English Goodyear welted footwear.
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To help you plan your weekend shopping trip and let you cram in as much bargain hunting as possible, we’ve collated the weekend opening times and contact numbers of the most popular Northampton shoe factory shops.
With the global cultural phenomenon of Dr Martens marking its 57th birthday at the beginning of this month, we thought it would be a good excuse to look at some more numbers that matter from this great British style icon.
After 135 years of producing fine English shoes in the heart of Northamptonshire, NPS Shoes have finally opened a new factory shop in Wollaston and will be having their first factory tour on the 29th of December 2016.
If you’re in London over the Christmas period then it’s worth English shoe connoisseurs taking the time to head over to Jermyn Street to take advantage of the retail sales - 30% off Crockett & Jones shoes and 40% off Edward Green shoes
Immortalised by Teddy Boys in the 1950s and favoured by the punks of the 1970s, George Cox creepers are the classic footwear of choice for the discerning rocker and another iconic product from the tradition of fine Northamptonshire shoemakers.
Ahead of the traditional Bank holiday weekend procession of sharp suits and vintage scooters, here's our list of 5 pairs of quality English shoes that every mod should own
Dr Martens and The Doc Shop are two of the most searched for terms on NorthamptonShoes.com and we thought it was about time for an update for all of you DM lovers out there. So, read on to find out how to get up to 70% off Dr Martens classics.
The Edward Green workshop sale is back in town (Northampton town of course) for one day only and so now is your chance to get significant savings on some of the finest shoes that money can buy.
Dr Who, the universe’s most well-known time traveller finds his way to Northampton to get a decent pair of Loake boots to see him through space and time. Northampton's great shoe makers have been key to Peter Capaldi’s dapper and very English look as the Twelfth Doctor.
So, you've invested in the perfect pair of quality English shoes, you've worn them in to the very soul of your feet and now you need to care for them with the time and attention they deserve. Here's a super-quick overview of shoe care for fine English shoes in 3 simple steps.