Edward Green Downing in Dark Brown Utah
The Downing model is a classic unlined blucher. Its constructed in Utah, a butter-soft grained calfskin. Begs to be worn sockless on those dressed up summer days.
- Last E202, a curved shaped toe
- Contrast Liner
- Goodyear Welt Soles
- Tanned for 9 Months
- Cedar Shoetrees Included
- Bench-made in Northampton, England
- Sold in US sizing
About the Brand
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.
Fun fact about the brand. 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.