This is Grenson’s new ‘Triple Welt’ series of shoes and they’re true Grenson classics as they weren’t developed in the design department, but instead by its own craftsmen in the factory. The main feature is a special sole and welt construction that makes the shoe look like it has three welts of different widths. This is true artisanal shoemaking and is unique to Grenson.
Curt is a 5 eyelet derby remade especially for its new Triple Welt collection. The Grenson Triple Welt was originally conceived by its craftsmen in the ‘making room’. It features a unique stepped, triple style welt that makes the most of classic British Goodyear welted shoemaking. Made exclusively ‘skin to box’ in the famous Grenson factory, this is a true shoemakers shoe.
Archie is a full English brogue but is a Gibson instead of an oxford and all of his features are exaggerated. He has oversized eyelets, a massive triple sole and now a triple welt too.
Fred is the boot version of Archie. He’s Grenson’s biggest baddest boot and one that you wear if you don’t want to take any nonsense. Triple sole, oversized punching and nice big eyelets. Now even bolder, Fred has a new Triple Welt