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As days draw shorter and the leaves begin to turn so it's time to put away our loafers. Dust down your chukkas; polish up your chelsea boots; look with pride upon your Galways - boot season is upon us.

We have an unprecedentedly wide range of boots available this Fall – both fresh designs and new variants of old favourites.

Made for nearly a century, the Galway is the most iconic of derby boots. We have new suede variants this autumn - snuff and mink suedes on the 202 last with dainite rubber soles. They join our waxed utah Galways and refined calfskin-suede boots, both on the almond 82 last. And of course we also have our classic veldtschoen Galway - where the upper pulled over the welt for added water protection - available on the 64 last in Rosewood Country Calf.

The Albion is an elegant new dress boot on the almond 915 last, inspired by marching boots we once made for Royal Air Force officers – a perfect choice for a sophisticated, formal look.

The Kentmere is a strapped field boot on our rugged English country last - the 72. Made in waxed utah delapré with a ridgeway sole, the Kentmere is both supple and strong, and makes for a great casual choice.

We're expanding our line up of chelsea boots this season with Newmarkets in waxed utah delapré on dainite soles, joining our classic slim leather soled Newmarkets and ankle-height Camdens.

The Banbury is the ideal autumn chukka boot, available in dainite in both black calf and dark oak. For a light alternative, the Shanklin desert boot is available unlined in a variety of suedes with a slim rubber sole.

Shaped by its equestrian heritage, the Gresham jodhpur boot is both classic and suave - one of the few boots which can work just as well with tailoring and casual attire.


Made for nearly a century, the Galway is the most iconic of derby boots.

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