Edward Green is an English shoemaker founded in 1890, and based in Northampton, England. They have a high level of handwork involved in production. This results in about 250 pairs of shoes completed each week. During the 1930s, Edward Green was one of the largest manufacturers of officers’ boots for the British Army. Their shoes have also been selected by such clients as the Duke of Windsor, Ernest Hemingway and Cole Porter. The company continues to strive to make the best shoes possible. Always taking the time needed to ensure that each pair of shoes is fit to bear the founder’s name. And dressing another generation of men who appreciate the difference of handmade footwear.