Inverness Burgundy Antique Calf
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A five-eyelet blind wingtip brogue, the Inverness is a sleek, modern oxford. A ‘blind wingtip’ refers to a shoe whose characteristic wingtip design is decoratively sewn onto a single piece of leather, rather than being a seam connecting the toecap to the vamp. The blind wingtip is slightly sleeker than a standard brogue, which makes it appropriate on even the most formal occasions. Crafted on Edward Green’s 888 last, designed by master shoemaker Tony Gaziano, the Inverness has a slim, tapered square toe. It is a sculpted and refined shoe that is ideal with a suit, but can also lend sophistication to a more casual outfit.
Established in a small Northampton factory in 1890, Edward Green has gained a deserved reputation for ‘making the finest shoes in England for the discerning few’. Edward Green’s shoes are made with the finest calfskin to the highest standards of workmanship. Each pair takes several weeks to create and many master craftsmen are involved.
- 5 eyelet blind wingtip full-brogue oxford
- Full-grain calf upper
- Single leather sole
- 888 last
- UK E width (standard fitting)
- Available in other colours
- 100% made in Northampton, England