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Stanley started life as the son of Albert, a shoe that has been in our collection in various guises for over 80 years. He is a classic mens English brogue with a wing tip and full broguing. He is also an oxford as the vamp is laid on top of the quarters instead of underneath like a Gibson or Derby. Boring but true. Here he is in tan calf leather on a leather sole.
G is slightly wider than the standard mans last but most men fit it perfectly as its always better to be a little roomy than too tight. Both the G and the F fit will be fine for most men.
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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.