Churches are one of oldest English shoemakers and a big name in the footwear community.
Shoe snobs are constantly comparing them to brands like Allen Edmonds or Edward Green.
Saying Church’s shoes are good is an understatement.
They are excellent.
From the materials they use, to the craftsmanship and construction methods, you are paying for some of the best English shoes available.
Many of their models include Goodyear welting, like the Pamington oxford. This is a technique that involves stitching the outsole, insole, and upper together to enhance durability.
Look what this member of the Style Forum said about his experience with Church’s.
That’s right — his shoes lasted decades. How long did your last pair last? A year or two?
When you get a pair of dress shoes from Church’s, you can be happy knowing that they will last a very long time.
You’ll find shoes from them in calfskin leather, suede, polished binder, and more.
During the 1990’s, the company was bought out by the Italian powerhouse Prada. This heavily influenced their style and quality in the best way possible.
Prada is synonymous with luxury and top of the line craftsmanship. That is exactly what to expect with Church’s shoes as a result.
This is a current style that are for sale at SCOTTIES AUCKLAND for $850
Size 38 fit true to size