My latest Herring Shoes are the Herring Merton, made in England, Tassel Loafers in Chestnut Calf with wingtips!
These are made for Herring by Barker on last 69, with full leather lining, Goodyear Welted leather sole, leather heel with 1/4 rubber tip. Beautiful shoes and the price was only $274.24 (GBP 162.50). Prices of course depend on the current rate of exchange.
I’ve been dealing with Herring Shoes since 2002 and always received great service and the finest shoes at excellent prices.
My first experience was this:
Got my Loake loafers from Herring Shoes
Got my Loake 1880 loafers from Herring Shoes today (http://www.shipton.com/).
The shipping was really fast and it was a joy to deal with Adrian Herring, and Mark. Nice personal touches which make doing business on the internet and internationally so much more pleasant!
I was a little afraid that the color would be too close to the Alden’s I just got, but the Loakes are a beautiful brown with slight antiquing. Very comfortable! I’m wearing them now!
Are these Herring Shoes the most beautiful you’ve ever seen?
Note the other, more exciting, colors! I know, I went conservative! We may make these the “official” AskAndy shoe style!
Photo by Darryl Curran, legendary LA photographer.
Herring Shoe’s prices are already incredibly low but they have some great deals for AskAndy Members!
Spend over 150 Pounds S. on Herring brand shoes and Ask Andy readers will receive 10% off by entering andy10 in the checkout area. Offer excludes sale shoes.
Beautiful shoes, great selection, these folks are great to deal with and the shipping is fast.
Herring Shoes is an English family business which was started in 1966 by Richard Herring.
Their goal is to provide top quality shoes from English manufacturers with service to match, through their website and retail shops.
They feature their own ‘Herring’ brand of footwear which is tailored to today’s needs with fantastic styles and top quality, created from years of inside knowledge of the English handcrafted shoe trade.
Over the years Herring Shoes have built close relationships with many of the Northampton manufactures working directly with Mr Andrew Loake, William Barker and Jonathan and William Church.
Adrian, the managing Director of Herring shoes, worked in the Barker factory for a period to learn in detail the constructions & craft of English handmade shoes.
The Herring range is made to the exact needs of their customers and by working direct with the factories they can achieve unique styles. Sometimes they use existing stock models and improve on the specification by adding additional features, changing sole units or sourcing higher quality leathers for the uppers.
On other occasions they have the opportunity to create their own individual designs and styles which set Herring Shoes, and their customer apart from the crowd.
Plus they offer customers outstanding quality and service by using their direct connections with the factories.