JOSEPH CHEANEY - Lime Oxford Shoes in Black Calf Leather
Brand: Joseph Cheaney
Oxfords don't get much more classic than the Cheaney Afred, probably because Joseph Cheaney was one of the shoemakers to popularize the style in England in the 1800s. Luckily, the brand is still makes them, and they look better than ever.
Sole: Goodyear welted leather sole and quarter rubber tip
Origin: Made in Northamptonshire, England
Lining: Full leather with leather insole
About Joseph Cheaney Shoes: Joseph Cheaney & Sons was founded in 1896 in Northhamptonshire, England and to this day the entire manufacturing process is carried out in the very same workroom where the company began. There are over 200 separate steps in the making of a single pair of Cheaney shoes, a process which takes 8 weeks to complete. One defining characteristic of a Cheaney shoe is their strict use of Goodyear welt construction. This type of construction is laborious but time-tested as the most durable method of shoe-making.