Grenson Shoes is a British Heritage Brand, which was founded in England in 1866. It specialises in men's shoes, especially brogues, and boots.
Originally called Green and Sons, the branded was reenergised in 2004 by Christian Purslow and Tim Little. Tim Little is known alternatively as the "Godfather of Sole" for revitalising the English shoe industry.
Grenson Shoes are known for their high quality craftmanship and attention to detail, combined with a modern accent that makes them desirable to new and old generations alike.
The current Grenson men's footwear collection has the emphasis on lace up shoes, brogued boots and polished brogues.
The style pictured top right of this page are the Grenson Black Polished Longwing Sid Brogues. They are black polished leather brogues with traditional punched hole detail, and they feature a contrasting welt, double leather sole and coated laces which thread through brushed silver tone eyelets.
The style pictured left are the Grenson Tan Brogued Fred Boots. Made from all leather, they feature traditional stitch and punched hole detail, a wing tip, front lace up fastening and thereis a burnished effect to the toes. The boots have a tab at the back to pull them on more easily.
The style pictured on the right are the Grenson Monk Ellery Shoes, in black. They feature punched out brogue detailing and two bronze-tone buckles to fasten. They are made from all leather.
All the above shoes are from the Grenson Autumn Winter 2012 collection.
Grenson also now make a small range of androgynous shoes for women. The current collection has the Grenson Emma Black Derby Boots in black and the Ella Tan Derby Boots.
Celebrities seen wearing Grenson Shoes include Daniel Radcliffe of Harry Potter fame and David Arquette.