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Herring Shoes now offer Click and Collect with CollectPlus

Herring shoes are proud to say that we have partnered with CollectPlus as a click and collect courier. Click and Collect is a relatively new service in the UK but is rapidly becoming one of the most popular. What makes … Continue reading

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Feature on ‘Theshoemakerworld.com’ for our Spanish friends and also translated in English.

http://www.theshoemakerworld.com/blog/herring-shoes HERRING SHOES 11/3/2015 La historia de esta la marca que os presentamos hoy, es el perfecto ejemplo de cómo una firma de calzado con más de 50 años de tradición sabe adaptarse a los tiempos y conseguir hacer crecer … Continue reading

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The two-tone

The Spectator is the most common welted footwear design to use two different colours. This two-tone effect is created by using different leathers for the toe, vamp, facings and counters. The wingtip or full-brogue brogue pattern is the natural style … Continue reading

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We’ve been featured on the Dappered blog – and you can win a pair of our shoes

The Herring Ellacombe has been featured in the Dappered blog, and you can win a pair in your size! The deadline is the 4th of November just before midnight (EST) though, so don’t delay. See the link below. http://dappered.com/2014/11/win-it-the-herring-ellacombe-swan-neck-oxford-in-burgundy/

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The Monk Shoe

The monk shoe or monk strap has been around for a long time. It has a history dating back to the footwear worn by monks, usually a sandal but fastened with a buckle. This design allows for the top of … Continue reading

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The Derby

There cannot be many shoe styles that have as many names as the simple Derby. In America it is the Blucher and in the UK it is the Derby or less often the Gibson. A Derby is defined by the … Continue reading

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The Oxford

In the UK the term Oxford is often used to mean a toe cap shoe but the term actually refers to the way the shoe closes. If a shoe has a simple slit in the top of the shoe, with … Continue reading

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The Brogue

Over the coming weeks, we’ll be adding a series of articles to the Herring Shoes blog giving some information about the major styles of shoe, their history and (if you’ll forgive us a little marketing) a few examples you can … Continue reading

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SALE starts today

See what’s available in your size . . .

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NEW – Herring Caserta Belt

Our new Caserta belt is available in a number of luxurious suede colours, made using the finest suede leathers with a full leather lined backing. The belt makes the perfect addition to any mans wardrobe.

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