Ronnie Fieg x Grenson 2013 Footwear Collection

Ronnie Fieg x Grenson 2013 Footwear Collection

Ronnie Fieg continues to inspire, this time dropping a capsule collection alongside one of the UK’s finest footwear makers, Grenson. The boots in the lineup utilize premium leathers Grenson hasn’t used in their line and are offered up in colorways that are classic but will still turn heads and leave a mark.

The new Spike V and Fred V are re-worked in premium waxed/burnished grey leathers while below sits a durable Vibram sole. The Spike duck boot features a two-toned design marked with its ridged toe and smooth upper body, while the Fred complements any outfit with its sleek brogue detailing. The added red leather heel spike is a welcomed detail that contrasts effortlessly with the black shells while letting people know this isn’t just an ordinary Grenson.

The Ronnie Fieg for Grenson collection is available in limited quantities through KITH.

Grenson x Barbour Footwear

Grenson x Barbour Footwear

I’m sure you’ve heard by now that Grenson and Barbour, two of the UK’s finest brands, have teamed up for a capsule collection for the ages. To start things off, Grenson has produced a limited range of footwear that focuses on quality and aesthetics over quantity. This collaboration represents the hundreds of skilled hand operations that go into both a pair of hand crafted shoes and a Barbour jacket. Look for the offerings to be available through a select number of retailers in extremely limited numbers.

Inside Look | Grenson Shoe Factory

Inside Look | Grenson Shoe Factory

Christabel Jay is in his final year at the University of Lincoln studying Contremporary Lens Media. I came across his Flickr page a short while back and really think she did a phenomenal job capturing the Grenson Shoe Factory in the UK. The shots cover the some of the skilled workers behind those handmade beauties and give us a visual of the atmosphere in which they perform.

Grenson Archie Burnt Pine Vibram Brogue

Grenson Archie Burnt Pine Vibram Brogue

In the last few years, the number of brogues with workwear soles has increased dramatically and I for one am a fan. When one is attempting to wear trousers and ties in casual settings, shoes like the Grenson Archie can help maintain that casual feel without completely throwing off the look like sneakers might. You already know you are getting top notch construction and materials with Grenson as well as one of the hottest footwear styles of the moment.

Denim Blue Boot | Tenue de Nîmes x Grenson Glenn Boot

Denim Blue Boot | Tenue de Nîmes x Grenson Glenn Boot

Introducing the ‘Denim Blue’ Boot from the fine folks at Grenson and Tenue de Nîmes. This is the duo’s second collaboration and is truly a remarkable one. The boot is inspired by an old infantry boot from the late 1800s (Military FTW!). Grenson’s ‘Glenn’ boots feature a special natural outsole with a combined logo sign and tone-on-tone leather laces.

Each pair is hand-made in England and will be available exclusively at Tenue de Nîmes.

Grenson | How We Make Our Shoes

Established back in 1866, Grenson is one England's most premier shoemakers. Seldom do we see a brand of such stature let loose and really give its customers an idea of what goes into making their product. If you get a...

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Grenson for Number Six London Hampstead Boot

Grenson for Number Six London Hampstead Boot

English shoemaker Grenson has teamed up with Number Six of London for the Hampstead boot. Pulling inspiration from an old American work boot, this one’s fully calf lined, apron-fronted and made from brown Scotch grain calf. It’s hand-burnished up to 3 times to give the boot its unique finish. The natural leather welt and classic vibram sole really make this a great boot all around.

Journal de Nimes Nº5 – The British issue [July 2010]

Journal de Nimes Nº5 - The British issue [July 2010]

Tenue de Nîmes has released Journal de Nimes Nº5 — The British Issue. In it you will see pages upon pages of great finds from the other side of the pond. Highlights include an interview with designer Nigel Cabourn at his home in New Castle, a visit to the Grenson factory, as well as an interview with Miles Johnson, head designer of the inspiring Levi’s XX department. While this is only a small snippet of what the issue has in store, we suggest you check out the digital version here or grab a print version from the store to really get a full sense of what this issue entails.

More images after the jump. (via CQC

Grenson x My-Wardrobe Multi Colour Brogues

Grenson x My-Wardrobe Multi Colour Brogues

A my-wardrobe.com exclusive, Grenson‘s multi-coloured special brogues happen to be a standout shoe from one of Britain’s finest makers. Featuring panels of brown, red, blue and green as well as a crocodile print across the front, this pair is not one you’ll find anywhere else. The cream top-stitching is much-welcomed as it’s subtle but clean. These brogues come with 3 sets of laces.

More info and images after the jump.