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Goodwin Smith Camden Dealer Boot | Brown

£84.95

B17-00341 CAM BROWN

Brown Leather Market Boot by Goodwin Smith

A bold brown Chelsea boot, in a style you have been searching for.

Brown is less obvious than tan, less formal than black, and works wonderfully with trousers of various autumnal shades, with tweeds and moleskins.

Featuring a hand burnished premium aniline leather upper in a single piece front upper for a beautifully clean line that shows off the leather to its best.

Wide elastic gusset for easy entry. Leather pull tab.

These boots are made on the Goodwin Smith exclusive 061 last. A well fitted but comfortable last with a stylish silhouette. 

Thermoplastic rubber sole for the practical considerations of comfort, durability and grip.

GS stag head logo branding. Famous Stag's Head logo is gold foiled onto the sock, and debossed into the sole.

Smooth Italian leather and textile lining. Leather sock, padded for comfort.

Understated quality for those in the know.

Sizes 7-12

Colour;Brown

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It all began in 1928. After a successful career on the pitch playing for Manchester City, Ernest “Ernie” Goodwin, created The Bacup Shoe Company. The shoe mill was located in Lancashire’s Rossendale Valley, an area famous for its thriving footwear industry. Through exacting standards and surrounding himself with the best craftspeople, Ernie’s reputation as a quality shoemaker quickly grew.... READ MORE

Product Details 

PREMIUM QUALITY LEATHERS

Goodwin Smith use only the finest eco-friendly, vegetable tanned, "A" grade leathers - sourced from the best tanneries - in order to produce high quality and durable shoes. This particular one is a premium buff calfskin leather, which has been primed to accept the unique colouration applied by our master craftsman. 100% chromium free.

HAND-PAINTED FOR A UNIQUE FINISH

The beautifully detailed finish of this shoe is achieved by hand tamponation. This is a process passed down from one generation of highly skilled technicians to the next. Coloured creams are applied by a small sponge and brushed to all parts of the shoe's upper. In some areas, a little more colour is added to create a highlight. The colour is then spread more evenly by an ironing process. After drying, this process is then repeated, before the shoe is buffed: first by a finishing cloth, to evenly spread the colour, then sealed by wax on a natural wool buffing wheel. This process means we are not limited by colour selection and freedom to create unique finishes - allowing us to offer our customer an exclusive and unique product.

SOFT CALFSKIN LINING

Goodwin Smith combine a soft calfskin leather lining with a printed cotton skeleton for comfort and breath ability. The sock and collar are not only luxurious, but they improve comfort and give the shoe strength and support in the key areas.

DURABLE ANTI-SLIP SOLE

This shoe utilises a TPR (thermoplastic rubber) sole for greater durability, flexibility, comfort and grip. Along with hard-wearing properties, the sole features the trademark Goodwin Smith detailing - because style and substance can coexist.

HAND CUT LEATHER SELECTION

In order to offer the best shoe possible, Goodwin Smith ensure that only the best sections of leather hide are used in production. To achieve this, the leather selection and cutting processes are done by hand. While this is much more laborious than using moulds or lasers, we are able to avoid cuts, looseness or other unwanted imperfections on the finished article.

SUBTLE BRANDING

Every shoe in the collection is linked by consistent detailing, synonymous with Goodwin Smith. From the use of a navy blue highlight detail on the heel tap or collar, to our famous stag logo embossed to the heel, the devil is in the detail. The full logo is gold foil, and can be found printed to the sock, debossed into the soles, leather waist, and even rubber sole tread. Any shoes with a brogue toe cap carries stylised GS initials within the exquisite punching. Because it's the little things that matter.