The 915 Last
a modern, yet timeless shape which is the basis for a new family of smart dress shoes
With its slender profile and fluid lines the almond toe is perhaps the most graceful of English shoe lasts. Certainly it’s long been a favourite of ours at Edward Green.
The 915 last represents a refinement of that tradition — a modern, yet timeless look which is the basis for a new family of smart dress shoes. The toe's tapering is centred, whilst there's a subtle side-wall for a more defined look.
The Curzon, Grosvenor and Audley are all balmoral shoes - an oxford, derby and monk - which share the sweeping galosh detail accentuating the 915’s proportions and balance. The Fitzwilliam is an elegant new side-gusseted shoe, perfect for formal occasions. And the Albion is a sartorialist's dream — a slim and distinguished boot inspired by marching boots we made for RAF officers in the early twentieth century.