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 Â£200.
If there is one thing you can probably guess from our shoe collection it is that we love a good two-tone shoe. The changes in texture and colour can make a somewhat ordinary shoe come alive. Here we have a country brogue and boot made real unique by the black and tan contrast colour combination. They are both on a rugged commando sole, which whilst adds to the striking, unique look of the shoes also means they are the perfect shoe for any weather!
On another note our summer sale has started with some great offers to be had! Take a look here.
We believe that navy is one of the most underrated colours for footwear. It’s a colour that looks good with jeans or even with a suit to give a contemporary feel to it. We have a few great styles in this unique colourway. Our styles also play with texture with a suede and leather two tone effect which creates footwear that will be sure to make you stand out from the crowd.
Now we love the double monk-strap, it is a very versatileÂ shoe that is equally fitting with a suit as a pair of jeans. We have a few different options available at different price points, all with the high quality and features you would expect from Herring Shoes.
Herring Shakespeare II Â£210
The Herring Shakespeare is available in beautiful black and brown calf leathers and a lovely brown suede. They are fully leather lined and, of course, Goodyear welted.
Herring Attlee Â£275
The Herring Attlee is made on the Herring elongated 11028 last which gives the shoes a real bespoke feel to them. They are Goodyear welted and handmade by Cheaney in Northampton. Available in black or brown.
A couple of weeks ago the Herring Fencote was discussed on the fashion in a flash blog by the 22 yr old fashion student know as fashioninaflashboi who blogs aboutÂ clothes, brands, luxury items, and architecture.
We love his thoughts on how you should wear the shoes –
…would look great paired with a houndstooth suit as well as jeans and a more casual shirt.
You can read more on his thoughts here.
Our friends over at Recognise magazine have featured some of our shoes again. Don’t forget that RecogniseÂ promote lifestyle with a conscience so head on over and take a look as any good we can do while living a lifestyle that gives back is great for all of us.
Oh and Â you can also find an article where Recognise talk to one of our favourite people Theo Paphitis.
Blokely (A leadingÂ Men’s lifestyle website) featured an interview with our Director Adrian Herring a few days ago. You can read the full article here but we can reveal he talks about how he got into the family business, what you get when investing in a pair of hand made shoes, Theo Paphitis,Â and gives some fantastic tips on shoe care.
As you will of noticed if a regular visitor to the Herring Shoes Blog we love being talked about in various publications and online and we love doing some good.
So our first feature in Recognise Magazine (who promote lifestyle with a conscience) was fantastic to see.
We are good friends with the great people at Eclipse (who love the social side of racing) and this week they had anÂ insightfulÂ article on what to wear at Glorious Goodwood.
As expected they featured a range of our shoes from theÂ Herring Premier Collection including the Christchurch, the Henley, and the wonderful Marlow aÂ tassled loafer.
You can find the full article here – Linen suits for Glorious Goodwood
Our good friends at Eclipse Magazine have chosen a pair of HerringsÂ Knightsbridge Shoes to feature in their informative and vital article about what to wear (without breaking the rules!) at Royal Ascot this year.
Obviously they say the HerringÂ Knightsbridge is the shoe to wear.
You can read all about what else they suggest you should wear here – Eclipse Magazine