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Part of the London Collection, Bartlett is a dress penny loafer on the classic 93 last shape. Made from black bookbinder leather with a beautifully crafted closed chanelled sole, which has been handpainted in the same colour as the lining. Bookbinder is an easily maintained rub off leather which is polished to a very high shine. The shoes are made from "skin to box" in the Grenson factory in Northamptonshire.
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Grenson take the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it to them within 28 days for an exchange or full refund.
Mr William Green founded Grenson in 1866 in Northamptonshire, England, making high-quality men’s shoes; most impressively he was the first producer in the world to use the Goodyear welting construction method which is now a hallmark of all well-made British shoes, including the ones Grenson continue to produce today.
In total, it takes up to eight weeks to make a pair of Grenson shoes and involves well over 200 individual operations, so you can be sure that every pair offers a lifetime’s worth of comfort and support.