Founded by Mr William Green in 1866, Grenson Shoes began life in Northamptonshire in the UK. Grenson is renowned for crafting incredibly high quality men’s shoes and boots, and Mr William Green became the first manufacturer ever to use the Goodyear welting shoe construction method, which later became the the hallmark of the most well-crafted British shoes. Our collection features an extensive range of Grenson boots, stylish Grenson brogues and a selection of comfortable leather Grenson loafers, giving you a wide variety of shoes to suit all formal and casual occasions.
Grenson Shoes was founded in 1866 by the renowned shoe manufacturer, Mr William Green. Starting out producing shoes in a loft space above a corn merchants in Northamptonshire in the UK, Grenson (or William Green and Sons, as it was called at the time) rapidly became well-known for its incredibly high quality men’s leather shoes. Grenson shoes and boots were the first to be produced using the Goodyear welting construction method, which would later become the hallmark of the best quality British shoes.
After William Green died in 1901, William Green’s son inherited the business and shortened the name to the more modern moniker, ‘Grenson’, one of the first names ever to be registered in the UK. From crafting fine quality boots and shoes for the soldiers of both World Wars, to the launch of its iconic ‘Triple Welt in 2014, Grenson shoes became known for its innovative approach to footwear construction, and went from strength to strength.
Our collection features all the bestselling styles from casual Grenson boots to stylish men’s Grenson brogues and incredibly comfortable leather Grenson loafers. Our extensive range covers every style and occasion from the office through to evenings and casual weekends, so you can complete your footwear collection with shoes built to last and impress. With countless timeless styles from a brand with rich UK heritage, you can find the very best of British craftsmanship right here in the Grenson range at CHO Fashion & Lifestyle.