Last week Diary of a Clothes Horse featured the new Herring Luggage Collection. We are very proud of the new luggage collection with a lot of thought going in to the materials used for the luggage. The luggage is made from premium grade brown leather and canvas from the British Landrover Defender! You can find the Herring Orkney here for £275. The Herring Stornoway is available here for £295.
and Stornoway here.
Recently The Bite magazine has featured a great in-depth brand overview of Herring Shoes. The overview covers everything from how we became the company we are today to favourite styles. The piece is a really good read and gives you a brilliant insight into what the Herring brand is really about.
One thing will you may also find interesting is a fairly new two-tone brogue that is featured in the article and that we are particularly proud of. It is called the Ellington and is on a stylish elongated last which doesn’t compromise fit or comfort. They are £195 and are available here.
You can also read the full article here
The Herring Sienna is feature in a great main shoot in latest issue of Volt Man. The Herring Sienna is a classic hand-stitched style penny loafer. It is made using the traditional moccasin construction with the finest leathers. The sole has a rubber insert and a vibram heel for longevity! They are available now online for £110 here.
The Herring George is a classic Jodhpur boot with a gold buckle, full leather lining and Goodyear Welted sole. The vamp on the the George is fashioned from only one piece of leather which is a really nice and unique touch. This is a real weekend shoe that looks great with a pair of moleskin trousers or jeans and a shirt.
They are handmade in England and are available online here for £200.
The Chiswick II wingtip was featured in the latest issue of County Weddings. The feature focuses on what to wear in the countryside which incorporates a lot of browns and tweeds. The Chiswick II adds a rugged yet refined look to this. This unique brogue is available in a waxy suede and is made in the Barkers factory.
You can find the Chiswick II on our website here.
A monk strap shoe should be in every man’s wardrobe, as well as being renowned for its comfort it has also seen a resurgence recently that we love. The Dylan is a monk strap with a difference though, it is made using a Moc Croc leather which is available in brown and black that really makes a statement. It is on a rounded toe last and is Goodyear Welted. We believe these look best with a suit or jeans with a slim leg opening to show off the shoe.
The Dylan is available now here for £275.