Ordered a pair of Grenson Radley's (old Rose collection) from their site
But received these instead:
They look nice and are of better quality (Masterpiece collection) but I'm returning them since the E width is just too tight for me.
I find it strange how they could have made the mistake by putting the wrong shoes in the box although the SKU inside the shoes do match with the SKU on the box (but not to the SKU on my bill which is Radley Size 8 Colour Cognac...
Indeed, Rose is their old collection that was entirely made in England. Hence my post to warn you guys that Grenson is selling their last pairs of decent to good shoes. All new shoes they make are made in India which is very noticable quality wise.
Just received this e-mail:
It seems Grenson is clearing their old stock Rose collection shoes (Made in England!) for 80 UKP each!
Luckily I was in time to score a Chertsy, Kent and Radley.
see http://www.grenson.co.uk/en_gb/sale?cat=18 for all of them
Sorry for the bump, but they do look great compared to the pictures on the Herring site (http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-info.php?&colset=1&styleid=921&shoeid=3063&brandid=6&catid=84&oldcolid=1656&stype=0&colourid=1658)
Any idea where they are made since the site says "imported"? India (by Loake) maybe since if they are made inside the EU they normally mention that fact.
Also, how is the quality after a while?