Men's Shoes

Boat Shoes

Boat Shoes

Named for it's use by sailors, the boat shoe is also known as a deck shoe. While it was initially made for nautical use, it's casual style and practical rubber sole made it a hit beyond that. Perfect for wear during the warm summer months, the boat she is one of the most-loved casual styles available. Whether you're sailing at sea or strolling the streets, our Boat Shoes are sure to have you looking your best. Hand crafted from the finest materials and available in countless styles, you'll be sure to find the perfect pair.

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Boots

Boots

Early boots consisted of separate leggings, soles, and uppers worn together to provide greater ankle protection than shoes or sandals. Around 1000 BC, these components were more permanently joined to form a single unit that covered the feet and lower leg, often up to the knee. Today, Manor of London offers tonnes of unique styles to fit every occasion.

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Brogues

Brogues

Modern brogues trace their roots to a rudimentary shoe originating in Ireland that was constructed using untanned hide with perforations, allowing water to drain when crossing wet terrain such as a bog. Brogues were traditionally considered to be outdoor or country footwear not otherwise appropriate for casual or business occasions, but brogues are now considered appropriate in most contexts.

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Derby

Derby

A Derby shoe is a style of Men's shoe characterised by quarters with shoelace eyelets that are sewn on top of the vamp. This construction method, also known as "open lacing", contrasts with that of the Oxfords.The Derby became a popular sporting and hunting boot in the 1850s. By the turn of the 20th century, the Derby had become appropriate for wear in town.

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Driving Moccasins

Driving Moccasins

Expertly engineered to keep your two feet as comfortable as possible while navigating the road on four wheels, the driving moccasin was the footwear equivalent of the Italian auto spirit, marrying luxury with practicality. The shoes began as an ultra high end item, worn mainly by men wealthy enough to actually purchase shoes just for driving. Pretty soon though, these men decided to take their "investment footwear" off the track, and driving shoes began popping up in everyday life.

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Espadrilles

Espadrilles

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Golf Shoes

Golf Shoes

Why shouldn't you look your best on the course? The same hand crafted artisan footwear steered towards those lovers of golf. Stunning variations on our Dress Shoe models fitted with top of the range golf spikes.

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Longwing Blucher

Longwing Blucher

The Longwing Blucher was born out of a desire for a sophisticated dress shoe that could still be dressed down when necessary. Here at Manor of London we believe that all of the footwear you own should be versatile, that's where the value comes in, when you can wear the same shoes for multiple occasions and with almost any piece of clothing in your wardrobe.

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Monk Straps

Monk Straps

A monk strap shoe is a style of shoe with no lacing, closed by a buckle and strap. It has been described as the "most advanced" dress shoe. It is a moderately formal shoe: less formal than a full Oxford; but more so than an open Derby.

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Oxford

Oxford

An Oxford shoe is characterised by shoelace eyelets tabs that are attached under the vamp, a feature termed "closed lacing".Originally, Oxfords were plain, formal shoes, made of leather but they evolved into a range of styles suitable for both formal and casual wear. Based on function and the dictates of fashion, Oxfords are now made from a variety of materials, including calf leather, patent leather, suede, and canvas. 

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Patina Finishing

Patina Finishing

Turn your shoe collection into a rainbow. The Patina finishing is a hand made artisan technique, which ensures the uniqueness of each pair of shoes. The shades and intensity imprinted by the patina artist on each pair make them a real work of art and craftsmanship.

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Saddle

Saddle

The saddle shoe is a low-heeled casual Oxford shoe, characterised by a plain toe and distinctive, saddle-shaped decorative panel placed mid foot.

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Slippers

Slippers

The Albert slipper aka Prince Albert slipper aka house shoe is a luxe slipper typically defined by velvet uppers that often have an embroidered design on the vamp, quilted linings, and leather soles. The slipper’s original purpose was as an indoor replacement for outdoor footwear.

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Trainers

Trainers

Casual footwear with all the charm and flair that you would expect from Manor of London

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Wholecut

Wholecut

In shoemaking, wholecut shoes are ones made from a single piece of flawless leather with no stitching. These shoes can be entirely plain and smooth or with tiny perforated decorations. Various types of shoes can be made wholecut, but usually the term refers to classic dress shoes. The absence of decorative features and overall conservative look tend to make wholecuts appropriate for black tie occasions.

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