Tier 4 FAQS

Since 1879 Crockett & Jones has produced some of the world’s finest footwear from their factory in Northampton, the shoemaking capital of England. To this current day, the business is owned and managed by the founding family, who emphasise quality and timeless style above all else.

Craftsmanship

All Goodyear-welted shoes & boots are 100% made in Northampton, England.

Dainite Rubber Sole

Made in England, by Harbourough Rubber Co. a sole manufacturer with close family ties to the Jones family. An iconic, English sole for Goodyear-welted shoes.

LAST NO. 325

Produced in March 1995. Last 325 is a Main Collection last, with a medium round toe and increased toe depth. Now in production for 30 years, 325 is a best-selling last with its own timeline. Famed for country styles and loafers, 325 offer plenty of room in the fore-part. With three standout styles that are worn worldwide

 

LAST NO. 336

Launched in April 1999, the 336 last is a well-balanced main collection last, with standard ‘E’ fitting measurements and good tread width. The blunt square toe will result in the wearer’s toes sitting relatively close to the front of the shoe, but the shape gives a commanding look and feel working well with hearty Derby shoes and boots with storm welts.

LAST NO. 341

Produced in December 2003. Last 341 is a versatile Main Collection last, with a medium round toe. Regarded as a traditional main collection last, 341 has proven to be an excellent last for both formal business and smart casual wear. Long, but not too long, round but not too round. Established as one of the most widely used lasts in the collection, many would suggest that 341 hosts the perfect balance when buying Crockett & Jones shoes for their English heritage

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