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Edward Green - Westbourne Suede Derbies Shoes
Edward GreenWestbourne Suede Derbies ShoesSold out

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Since its founding in Northampton, England, in 1890, Edward Green has used the same traditional techniques to handcraft each and every pair of its shoes. Constructed in an elegant shape from smooth suede, these Derbies feature the subtle stitching first used by the firm in the 1930s. This rich chestnut style has been lightly burnished for a handsome finish. Shown here with a Drake's shirt, tie and pocket square and a Thom Sweeney suit.

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Derby shoes

With their open lacing, Derbies are a less formal and more versatile men's shoe than Oxford shoes. They look great with a suit, but can be worn just as easily with jeans or chinos.

Edward Green - Westbourne Suede Derbies Shoes
Edward GreenWestbourne Suede Derbies ShoesSold out

Unfortunately, this item will not be back in stock.

Since its founding in Northampton, England, in 1890, Edward Green has used the same traditional techniques to handcraft each and every pair of its shoes. Constructed in an elegant shape from smooth suede, these Derbies feature the subtle stitching first used by the firm in the 1930s. This rich chestnut style has been lightly burnished for a handsome finish. Shown here with a Drake's shirt, tie and pocket square and a Thom Sweeney suit.

Read The Journal story on Derbies

Derby shoes